Many homeowners, house flippers and DIY-lovers are turning to wainscotting as their next renovation project. The wood panelling is used in many homes to accentuate the lower parts of walls and distract from any damage or for lack of a better term ‘ugliness’.Continue reading
Incorporating crown moulding into the design of the homes and workspaces of Toronto is increasing every day. Modern crown moulding adds beauty and flair to entryways, cabinets and ceilings, making the interior design of any room fabulous and intriguing. If you are considering installing crown moulding in your home or office, there are a few things to look into.Continue reading
Have you been considering the installation of pot lights for your space? Incorporating recessed lights, also known as pot lights, is a simple way to brighten a room or hallway with style. Give your space a new look and feel with your pot light layout! With our team of experienced experts at VIP Classic Moulding, we guarantee satisfaction with this service.Continue reading
What is wainscoting?
Have you ever walked into a room and been immediately captivated by the decorative panels on the walls? If so, that’s the subtle yet alluring effect of a well-executed technique called wainscoting. Wainscoting is the dressing up of interior walls using panels, boards and mouldings that enhance the appeal of the room. Wainscoting height is typically set at one-third of the wall.Continue reading
If you’re looking to amp up the decor in your home’s living room a great idea is to focus on the trimwork. “Trim” refers to the specifically linear wood elements that are used to seal the gaps at the transitions between the floors, the walls and the ceilings of a living room.Continue reading
A simple yet effective interior design idea to shake up your home is installing crown moulding. This minimalistic trim brings a lot of elegance to a room, and it’s a small touch that can truly make a big impact. For this reason, we’re listing 5 crown moulding ideas, some conventional, others you wouldn’t even think of!Continue reading
Corbels have been around since medieval times. They were first incorporated in the architecture of cathedrals, but have since trickled into many different areas seeing how easy they are to design and how reliable they can be.