Massive Year Supplying a Large Variety of Decorative Mouldings

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The Finishing Touch have had a massive year, moving to a new factory and providing a large variety of lightweight decorative mouldings to enhance each building’s style. A quick snapshot of just a small sample of decorative mouldings manufactured in 2016 includes:
February
A two storey, post-modern home in Maude Avenue, East Doncaster was enhanced by French provincial window architraves and matching sills, with feature window headers over the lower storey windows and garage windows. The entrance was decorated with feature architraves with rivets and French provincial parapets and under gutter moulds created an elegant finish to the house.

March
Three units in Kenmare Street, Mont Albert were given a stunning finish with six arches and two keystones, parapet mouldings and French provincial style window mouldings.

April
A two storey, 60 squares home in Balwyn with a Georgian influence is simply splendid with columns, arched windows and a very grand portico topped with a gabled area and plaque

October
Two units with French styling influence, each forty squares, in Kenmore Road, Mont Albert were decorated with nine arches featured at the front, crafted from flatband mouldings. Further decorative mouldings were under gutter mouldings together with flat band mouldings, windowsills, parapet mouldings and quoinings.

November
A post-modern, single level home of fifty squares in Kings Meadows, Tasmania was supplied with specific custom sized mouldings including parapet mouldings, measuring 140mm x 140mm, over the portico, eave parapets, measuring 170mm x 180mm, window architraves measuring 90mm x 30mm and window sills, measuring 100mm x 60mm.

December
A post-modern, two storey house of forty squares at 9 Oak Cres, Lower Templestowe in the French provincial style has been gracefully finished with the addition of two different French provincial style parapets and French provincial style stringers installed 400 ml below one of the parapets. Windows were decorated with French provincial style window architraves and window sills as well as a window header 2.4 metres long that created a stunning feature above the middle balcony window.

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