Base - Base mouldings are placed along the wall at the floor. They should be chosen to work in harmony with the casing. Base mouldings are generally thinner than the casing.
Brick - Used as exterior casing around doors.
Casing - Casing defines the overall character of a room and are often the most visible part of the trim. They are used primarily to cover the gap between drywall (or other wall surfaces) and the door or window frame. Casings are generally thicker than base mouldings.
Cove - Used to soften the transition of inside corners, where stair risers meet the underside of stair treads, and beneath window stools.
Crown - Crown moulding is placed along the wall at the ceiling. It softens the transition from wall to ceiling while adding a distinctive look.
Quarter Round & Shoe - Often used where base moulding meets the floor.
Stool - Used across the bottom of windows to create a ledge or narrow shelf. Frequently referred to as window sill. While the profile below is called casement stool, it can be used with other window types.
Please click here to see our selection of WindsorOne primed moulding.