Decorative Moldings Galore
posted on September 27, 2007 by Rockler

image of carved corbelLooking for something to jazz up your next project? Well, you’re in luck. 1200 new decorative molding options just poured into the rockler.com Wood Products department, adding to our already healthy supply of architectural moldings. You’ll now find just about anything you could ever want in lineal moldings, swags, rosettes, corbels, fretwork and everything else ornamental.

The new offerings are made by Bendix Architectural Products, a company that’s been carving and shaping away at some of the finest quality architectural ornament since 1923. You’ll find everything from down-home rope molding to extravagantly carved acanthus corbels in a variety of wood species and sizes, all ready to attach to your projects and finish.

Together with our selection of furniture legs, custom cabinet doors, inlays and edge bandings, and other wood products, they make up a furniture building resource that really has you covered. It’s a great opportunity to let your imagination run wild. How about a nice cherry entertainment center with arch-top raised panel doors, laurel swags in basswood, pierced ivy-pattern fretwork, a couple 3’’ hummingbird inlays, and bun feet?  Or possibly a maple highboy with cherry half-rope molding, claw-and-ball foot cabriole legs, and a liberal application of variously-sized grape onlays in red oak? The possibilities are practically endless...

posted on September 27, 2007 by Rockler
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