When it comes to renovating your home and creating a more stylish presence, house mouldings are a great choice. A house at Palmerston Crescent in Taylors Lakes (pictured) is eight years old and needs a bit of a lift. The Finishing Touch have suggested the addition of French Provincial window architrave mouldings to enhance the somewhat plain existing window sills. They will also render the reveals so the reveal and architraves can be painted the same and seamlessly blend together.
A big installation is underway at Aitkens Rise, Golden Square, Bendigo. The entrance to this very stylish home will boast arch mouldings with rivet mouldings and a decorative keystone clasp on top of the arch. Two lions’ heads will further decorate the entrance, sitting above the keystone. Windows will also be fully enhanced with window architraves, window sills and keystones. There will be eleven keystones in all, over each window. Stringers will also be installed.
Another installation is due to go ahead next week at Biltmore Crescent, Greenvale Lakes. This single storey, modern style home will be further stylised with a French provincial look with the addition of eave mouldings, window architraves and mouldings under the gutter. This moulding will hide the gutter and will have the appearance of a parapet mould.
The property at Francesca Street in Mont Albert North will soon be looking very spruce with decorative mouldings being installed over the coming week. The house mouldings have all been manufactured and 85 per cent of them have already been installed. Now the installation of the remaining moulds will finish off the house.