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Emblematic of an era when the only thing more abundant than wood was the public’s love for rich ornamentation, Victorian moulding represented a high point for beautiful trim and elaborate millwork.
The bread-and-butter profile of the moulding world, this collection of classic early twentieth-century design is typical of patterns found across the country in the homey bungalows, foursquares, and cottages built between 1900 and 1930.
Cleaner and more angular than the fancy Victorian styles that preceded them, craftsman moulding is usually built around a post and lintel look, often with creative joinery that evokes mortise and tenon or pegged construction.
Drawing inspiration from Norman castles, Mediterranean villas, French cottages, and English Tudor manors, the historic revival homes of the Jazz Age reveled in rich woodwork executed in exotic species that conveyed a strong sense of old-world charm.
The mid-century modern style developed after World War II, while a new generation of homeowners built countless Capes, ramblers, and ranch houses in the rapidly expanding suburbs around the country.
The colonial style is based off what was happening in architectural trends at America’s founding, including a response to styles throughout Europe during the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries.