Upscale interiors require a custom, personalized look that can only be achieved by considering every last surface of the room. This means that architectural details, like moulding, must be of the highest quality, and must be carefully chosen to further the aesthetic of the space.
At South Shore Millwork, based in Norton, Massachusetts, we work with architects, custom home builders, and interior designers from all over New England to create spaces of distinction. One of our specialties is custom molding, which we can manufacture in a variety of styles.
Interior design site Houzz has a great roundup of interiors that use moulding to great effect. Take a look at some of the inspirational photos, below.
An extremely deep moulding is used at the ceiling in this room, creating the illustion of a higher ceiling and giving the room a lighter, airier feel.
Classic moulding makes even more of an impact when highlighted with a painted strip outlining it on the ceiling. Another strip of moulding outlines the painted strip, unifying the walls and ceiling and creating plenty of architectural interest.
Add an element of luxury by accenting moulding with a metallic sheen. Bordered with platinum, gold or bronze, any moulding is bound to look absolutely grand. This technique could work equally well in a modern, contemporary home or a historical home with period architectural touches.
If you would like to use architectural millwork in your next Boston-area design project, please contact South Shore Millwork today, or take a look at our Moulding Catalog.
images via Houzz