How To Make Craftsman Style Mouldings

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How to make Craftsman style mouldings
How to make Craftsman style mouldings

Like Wanda, I have also been working on updating my den / home office.  Most people would say that there wasn’t anything wrong with this room to begin with.  But I was a little tired of it and decided I wanted to add a more elegant look to the room.

When I came across Farrow and Ball’s “Brinjal”, I knew I had found my paint color!  I also knew that I wanted to add some architectural interest to the room.  So before I started painting, I thought long and hard on how to make that happen.

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The inspiration for the wall mouldings from Houzz.com | How To Make Craftsman Style Mouldings

Traditional Spaces by Chestnut Hill Interior Designers & Decorators Elizabeth Home Decor & Design, Inc.

Then I saw this picture on Houzz.com, and I knew I had found the answer. Not only was it complimentary to the craftsmen style of the cupboard doors in the room, I loved the board and batten walls.

The inspiration for the ceiling mouldings from Houzz.com | How To Make Craftsman Style Mouldings

Traditional Spaces by Chestnut Hill Interior Designers & Decorators Elizabeth Home Decor & Design, Inc.

And the design on the ceiling fit right in with my theory that ceiling surfaces should not be ignored.

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By adding moulding to the walls and the ceiling, I would definitely put some architectural interest into a very plain nondescript room.  Thus my winter project was born and I could hardly wait to get started.

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