French Provincial Look Achieved With Decorative Architectural Mouldings

French Provincial

The Finishing touch are in the middle of manufacturing decorative mouldings for two Owner Builders in Melbourne.  Steve from The Finishing Touch has met with both Owner Builders and consulted on the most suitable decorative architectural mouldings to achieve the style they want for their homes.  These mouldings are currently being manufactured in the factory and will be completed in two weeks’ time.

One of the homes is being built in Mt. Albert Road, Canterbury.  The building is north facing, receiving morning and afternoon sunlight.  The quoinings, parapets, window architraves and windowsills will add distinctive decorative features to the window areas, creating the much sought after French Provincial look.  The other home is in Ashburton and with the addition of the Finishing Touch decorative mouldings to the windows will also present a French Provincial style.

A contemporary building with a flat roof will replace the original home set upon a block in Lind Street, Strathmore.  A major building group is constructing this new home, close to the old Essendon Airport and overlooking the Pascoevale valley.  The Finishing Touch are providing the decorative mouldings to create a French Provincial style façade. This project represents the renewal of older housing stock in the Strathmore area, which is being rapidly modernised with house rebuilds.

Tannoch Brae Aged Care Facility in St. Albans has a feature iron fence with large brick and rendered pillars.  To complete the feature they called on The Finishing touch to supply decorative moulded pier caps for the pillars, creating a classic quality finish.

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