Gorgeous Georgian Home Finished With Extensive Decorative Mouldings

Georgian home style  example of Georgian Style Home

A gorgeous 60 square, Georgian home is being built with style and flourish in Websters Road, Templestowe.  The Finishing Touch are supplying a range of house mouldings to help achieve a stylised Georgian look.  Mouldings for window arches, window architraves and window sills will decorate the windows.  One hundred corbels have been used extensively whilst large parapets measuring 600mm high x 200mm long protrude outwards from the existing walls.  Parapet and stringer combinations are another design feature along with one hundred and seventy five quoinings measuring 900mm wide x 600mm high x 50mm thick. Mouldings for four columns at the entrance make a grand statement, helping to form part of the tower feature. Custom made balustrades atop the tower and have been designed to match the style of the rest of the mouldings.  The Finishing Touch can custom make mouldings to suit any style of building.

A two storey high, 40 square home has been built in a modern design in Aranga Crescent, Donvale.  The Owner is now finishing the construction of the home after some years, with the addition of architectural mouldings to complete the building process. The addition of Parapets and window mouldings (architraves) and window sills has added a quality finish and elegant style to the house.  The Parapets are flat band with chamfer at 150mm x 50mm thick in the sand grain finish range.

The Finishing Touch supplied the majority of the mouldings to the Glenvill Homes Group who built a home in Cochranes Road, Brighton. The Owner has now requested fence caps and pier caps to match the existing architectural mouldings used to decorate the house.

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