ceiling moulding

Heather Hastings

The most luxurious hotels spare no expense when it comes to design and decor. One widely used design feature is moulding. Moulding adds architectural elegance, sophistication and depth to hotel lobbies, dining rooms, bedrooms and more. Check out some of the most legendary luxury hotels from around the world that are utilizing moulding in incredibly beautiful ways.

The Plaza: New York
Take a trip back to the roaring 20s with the lavish art deco Fitzgerald Suite at the iconic Plaza Hotel in New York City. Named after author F. Scott Fitzgerald, this Gatsby-era inspired suite is the epitome of glamor. Black and white picture rail moulding adds depth to the black and white wallpaper and artwork, while a luxurious chandelier elicits a feeling of charm and romance.

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The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley: Australia
White crown and chair rail moulding perfectly complement the navy blue walls and black and white-checkered tile floor of this chic and sophisticated hotel lobby in New South Wales, Australia.

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The Peninsula: Hong Kong
Ornate columns with arched crown moulding coupled with cove moulding along the ceiling really make this luxe rooftop swimming pool at Hong Kong’s oldest hotel pop.

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Claridge’s: London
The Royal Suite at the opulent Claridge’s hotel in London is truly fit for a king (or queen). Thick white baseboards and chair rail moulding contrast the dark blue walls adorned with 19th Century French architectural prints. Dentil crown moulding in the piano room adds additional elegance to this Victorian-style two-bedroom suite.

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Hotel de Paris: Monaco
Arguably one of the world’s most beautiful dining rooms, Le Louis XV at the Hotel de Paris in Monte Carlo is ornate beyond words. The walls and ceiling are essentially works of moulding art. Egg-and-dart moulding, crown moulding, cove moulding and more transform this restaurant into a truly eye-catching masterpiece.

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Want to see more examples of hotels that feature beautiful moulding? Check out our Hotel Moulding Pinterest board.

Kelly Dame

Over the course of 60 years, Woodgrain Millwork has built a tradition of excellence as a market leader in the moulding and millwork industry.  Moulding continues to be Woodgrain’s flagship product within the industry.

Woodgrain provides the following moulding products:

Lineal commodity mouldings consist of solid and fingerjoint mouldings. A wide variety of profiles are available in Pine and Oak species, and raw or primed finishes. Moulding profiles include:

  • Ceiling: Crown and Cove
  • Wall and Trim: Chair Rail, Panel Mould and Corners
  • Floor: Base, Base Shoe and Base Cap
  • Door and Window: Casing, Stop, Window Components, Glass Bead, Drip Cap, Brick Mould and Back Band
  • General Purpose: Picture Mould, Rake Mould, Handrail, Apron, Joint Mould, Lattice, Screen, Round, Half Round, Quarter Round, Chamfer, Astragal, S-4-S, Fillet, Lip Mould, Panel Divider, Shelf Cleat/Hook and Skirtboard

Finished moulding is a no-paint required, ready to install moulding package that minimizes the installing process. Woodgrain Millwork’s Finished Elegance® is a complete solution for finished interior moulding and trim along with color-matched caulk. Through the patented technology, customers can save time and money with enhance aesthetics, better performing products and a simple 3-step installation: cut, install and caulk.

Prefinished moulding consists of standard moulding profiles that are color-matched to any paint, stain or laminate color to provide customers with installation-ready products. Woodgrain Millwork supplies quality moulding solutions for the cabinetry, recreational vehicle and manufactured housing industries.

Decorative moulding includes DecraMold® and BlockShop® branded product lines that install the same as traditional moulding. Both product lines are made from solid pine and can be finished with paint, stain or varnish. DecraMold offers a complete line of decorative moulding for any room or project. BlockShop can be paired with traditional moulding or DecraMold for a no-miter system®, allowing for a quick and easy installation.

Boards are commodity products that come in a wide variety of species, sizes and finishes. Boards are a versatile trim product as they can be used as traditional moulding to provide a modern craftsman look or as part of a buildup to enhance the aesthetics. Boards are also commonly used for shelving and skirt boarding on staircases.

Interior and exterior door shop components consist of products needed to hang and install doors. These products include frames, brick mould, mull post, jambs, and casing. Products are available in a variety of species and sizes, as well as custom specifications.

Visit woodgrainmillwork.com to learn more about our manufacturing process and ordering full containers, mixed trucks even less than truckload LTL options. Or, visit woodgraindistribution.com for our out of warehouse service area and delivery options.

Paul Homenock

Moulding build-ups enable you to enhance your home’s aesthetic appeal by combing moulding profiles to create an extraordinary outcome. Woodgrain offers thousands of moulding profiles in various species and finishes, making your build-up possibilities and combinations limitless.

For rooms where you want an enhanced look, such as dining rooms, formal living rooms and master bedrooms, consider adding distinct character by creating moulding build-ups. From ceiling and floor mouldings to chair rail and mantle mouldings, build-ups are often described as accents to further define a room’s character. Enhancements can be made by adding moulding to the profile that currently exists in your home today or creating a new look specific to your style. Small details will add substantial character.

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Visit woodgraindistribution.com/buildups to learn more about our profiles and how you can combine them to create exquisite build-ups in your home.