Decorative Moulds Used By Architect To Create Impressive Home

The Finishing Touch supplied decorative mouldings, contributing to the stunning finish of a two storey, sixty square French Provincial house at 167 Dolford Rd, Kew, designed by Architect Phillip Mannerheim.  This highly respected Architect specialises in high end residential homes, including the French Provincial style.
Mouldings were supplied for the arch on the balcony, as well as architraves for the arch, blocks at the base of the balcony and rivets further embellishing the arch architrave and blocks, creating a highly decorative finish. The balcony sits above the entrance, which is enhanced with rivets to the architraves and a decorative keystone above the entrance. Other external mouldings supplied by The Finishing Touch to help achieve the French Provincial style were –
Chimney mouldings
Eave mouldings
Quoinings
Parapets
Stringer moulds

Another French Provincial house of two storeys has been decorated with the use of the lightweight mouldings supplied by the Finishing Touch. This large home of seventy squares at 26 Nott Street, Balwyn has been enhanced with large, custom made eave mouldings, measuring  300mm x 200mm.  Windows have been beautifully finished with Window architraves and Window sills, whilst Parapet moulds, Quoinings and Stringers further embellish the home.  Column Capitals complete the splendour of columns already installed.

A smaller home of thirty squares and two storeys, in a modern design at 14 Joyhill Avenue, Boxhill  has a professional finish with the addition of quality, lightweight mouldings.  The following were installed to great effect
Parapet moulds
Stringers
Window architraves
Window sills

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