If you’re interested in bringing back the craft from yesteryear, from an era when mouldings were a part of the initial design and not an afterthought, then we think that you’ll appreciate some of the resources that we offer within our Moulding Design Guide. We feature all of the moulding profiles and measurements to re-create classic, timeless and historic moulding packages, many from homes built within the United States from over 200 years ago. The interior elevation below featuring the Colonial Revival Mantel is just one of our seventy combinations we have curated for you to review. Once you’ve had a chance to review the Colonial Revival Mantel, make sure to check out the rest of the moulding packages. You won’t be disappointed!
Colonial Revival Mantel Re-Created with Kuiken Brothers Classical Moulding Profiles
This Colonial Revival Mantel was created using profiles from our in-stock Classical Moulding Collection. With a mix of styles, this package represents a transitional period as we move from the Georgian to the Federal Style. These transitional details, with a mix of bold and light profiles, were typical in the 1770’s and 1780’s. This style would have been present in more upscale homes of the time period.
The individual profiles used in this collection are KB658 Bull Nose Stop, KB370 Beaded Solid Crown, KB365 Solid Crown, KB358 Rabbeted Beaded Cove, and KB307 Inside Corner. These profiles act as a simple compliment for the Colonial Revival Moulding Collection.
This room is featured in our Moulding Design Guide in the Colonial Revival Mantel Room. Check out the complete room package to understand what cornice/ crown, casing and base moulding profiles will work well to complement this historic mantel detail.
Kuiken Brothers’ Moulding Design Guide is a digital resource featuring detailed interior elevation drawings of over seventy unique moulding combinations, including full room packages, cornice combinations, coffered ceilings and mantles designs using profiles from our in-stock Moulding Collection. Detailed CAD drawings (DWG & DXF) and inspirational photos can be downloaded as you navigate through the various options.
All profiles used to create these designs use profiles from our own moulding profiles which are in-stock at our locations in NJ & NY, we do ship these profiles nationwide.
Interested in learning more, or incorporating these designs into a future project? We are happy to mail you a complimentary catalog. Simply fill out the Request A Moulding Catalog form, choose whether you wish to receive our Full Line Catalog (showcasing our complete stock collection) the Classical Moulding Catalog (featuring six historically accurate collections) the Modern Craftsman Catalog (Craftsman style with a Classical edge) or all three and we will mail you a copy right away. If you’d like to discuss an upcoming project, please call (201) 652-1912 and a sales representative will follow up with you right away.