Building is hotting up with the weather in Melbourne. Architectural decorative mouldings supplier The Finishing Touch have several projects currently under development. The demand for French provincial style exterior mouldings is still strong with this decorative style being very popular with builders and owners alike. A post-modern, 50 squares, two storey house in Brighton was purchased recently and the Owner made the decision to remove the soft curved mouldings currently on the house and replace them with French provincial mouldings. The Finishing Touch was approached to supply large Parapet mouldings 300mm x 235mm, which will be the main feature on the second storey of the building. French provincial parapet mouldings, measuring 220mm x 170mm will also be featured on this storey. On the ground floor French provincial parapet mouldings, measuring 180mm x 139mm, will add a decorative finish along with French provincial window architraves and matching French provincial window sills and quoinings.
Two more properties under development are post-modern homes. One is a two storey 60 square home in Cranbourne North that will be decorated with parapet mouldings, measuring 200mm x 170mm, along with stringers. Picture frame window architraves will decorate the windows and quoining panels will add a handsome finish on the porch and balcony.
The other property is a two storey, forty five square home in East Keilor. On the top storey decorative finishes will be achieved with chimney mouldings, large parapet mouldings, measuring 300mm x 250mm around the balcony area and eave mouldings around the entire perimeter of the building. Flatband mouldings will be used for window architraves with flatband block window sills for the seven windows. On the bottom storey the decorative feature will be parapet mouldings, measuring 200mm x 180mm.