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*Moulding Monday* Don't pigeon hole yourself into thinking something can only be used for one purpose. For example, just because we have cal...

*Moulding Monday* Don't pigeon hole yourself into thinking something can only be used for one purpose. For example, just because we have cal...

*Moulding Monday* This contemporary moulding stack is made up from EK356 stacker with a couple of layers of EKLV above. The effect is beauti...

*Moulding Monday* This contemporary moulding stack is made up from EK356 stacker with a couple of layers of EKLV above. The effect is beauti...

*Moulding Monday* Here we are showing our 3”H EK25 crown, stacked on top of EK412. Clean, simple lines but still elegant in style.

*Moulding Monday* Here we are showing our 3”H EK25 crown, stacked on top of EK412. Clean, simple lines but still elegant in style.

*Moulding Monday* Flat pilasters with chamfers on either side of this Square Inset Frame cabinet with our Hudson 1” Thick door in Quarter Cut White Oak, natural finish. EK51 moulding is used as crown moulding, with the bottom frame extended with a chamfer for a light valance.

*Moulding Monday* Flat pilasters with chamfers on either side of this Square Inset Frame cabinet with our Hudson 1” Thick door in Quarter Cut White Oak, natural finish. EK51 moulding is used as crown moulding, with the bottom frame extended with a chamfer for a light valance.

*Moulding Monday” Large crown mouldings must be used in proportion to the space, but this design bears it well. EK31 above EK32 with a “G” e...

*Moulding Monday” Large crown mouldings must be used in proportion to the space, but this design bears it well. EK31 above EK32 with a “G” e...

*Moulding Monday* Need to get your crown to the ceiling without a huge crown profile? Use Furniture Base below a crown! Here we have EK346 s...

*Moulding Monday* Need to get your crown to the ceiling without a huge crown profile? Use Furniture Base below a crown! Here we have EK346 s...

*Moulding Monday* This simple crown moulding stack is sleek and complimentary to the design. We have used EK50 with a EK346 stacker.

*Moulding Monday* This simple crown moulding stack is sleek and complimentary to the design. We have used EK50 with a EK346 stacker.

*Moulding Monday* This design has used EK70 crown moulding above a EK336 stacker moulding and then under the cabinet as a light valance they...

*Moulding Monday* This design has used EK70 crown moulding above a EK336 stacker moulding and then under the cabinet as a light valance they...

*Moulding Monday* Do you have a long run of cabinetry or a archway that will exceed the length of your moulding? Why not add a bump out like...

*Moulding Monday* Do you have a long run of cabinetry or a archway that will exceed the length of your moulding? Why not add a bump out like...

*Moulding Monday* Recessed Alexandria pilasters on either side of this cabinet with our Geneva door in Mahogany, Cabernet stain finish. EK21 moulding is used with EK32R sub-moulding with our “N” edge.

*Moulding Monday* Recessed Alexandria pilasters on either side of this cabinet with our Geneva door in Mahogany, Cabernet stain finish. EK21 moulding is used with EK32R sub-moulding with our “N” edge.

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