wood, either carved or moulded, placed on another
piece of wood without structural significance.
A rabbetted moulding used to surround
the outside edge of casing.
A decorative member installed flush
against the wall and the top of an S4S baseboard. Also
a versatile panel moulding.
A band of moulding around the
bottom of a wall at the floor line
Molding or framing applied to the framework
of doors and windows.
A decorative bracket made of wood or
The uppermost section of moulding
along the top of a wall.
A molding where the wall and
ceiling meet; uppermost molding along furniture
A series of small square blocks uniformly
spaced and projecting like teeth. Often used
in a cornice or mantel treatment.
Factory or Shop Lumber An industrial lumber
grade primarily used for millwork.
Mouldings, windows and doors
are manufactured from factory or shop lumber
A narrow band of wood between two flutes
in a wood member; a flat, square moulding separating
An arrangement and direction of alignment
for wood elements or fibers; can be straight
or spiral grain; also used loosely to indicate
A moulding whose profile is half
a circle. May be used as a screen moulding
or bead, shelf edge or panel mould.
The close-grained wood from broad-leaved
trees such as oak or maple.
The wood that
surrounds the door unit. This is your frame
to which the door unit (door, doors, and/or
doors and sidelights) is attached.
A moulding designed to cover
the exposed edge of another surface.
Finished woodwork, cabinetry, carving,
Moulding or Molding
A general term for strip
of contoured wood or other material applied
to a wall or other surface.
A moulding which separates two
vertical wood panels along their common edges.
A moulding which bands a
room below the ceiling line, typically with
a lip on the top edge so pictures may be hung
from the moulding.
A decorative shelf banding a room
below the ceiling line with a groove in the
top to stand ornamental plates on.
Versatile quarter round may
be used as a base shoe, inside corner moulding
or to cover any 90 degree recessed junctures.
A moulding not on the same
level or plane as the wood member to which
it is applied.
A concave molding.
A decorative pattern,
originally used to trim out raised panel wall
Easily worked wood or wood from a
Millwork manufactured by
special order to suit a particular job.
Mouldings sold and shipped
in lengths specified by the customer such as
all 7 and/or 14-feet, 8 and/or 16-feet, all
A moulded interior trim member serving
as a sash or window frame sill cap.
A term given to mouldings with a
gradual curved profile.
A large bead; opposite of scotia; rope like moulding.
Covers and beautifies plywood's/wainscot's upper edge or rough sandwich
edge in installation where it is exposed to view.