Trim

Crown work around column detail

Crown work around column detail

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135-degree outside corner — crown with rope molding

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Typical square miter joint with rope

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Here’s a close-up of a typical crown miter, in good lighting.

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Close-up of stained cabinet crown “dying” into the wall. A good, tight fit is very important in creating the look of quality. Many installers just cut these ends square and hope they’ll fit well, but often irregularities in the wall cause a gap to be left at the top or bottom. That’s why I measure and custom-cut all such ends.

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These custom columns were designed to cover the 3-4″ diameter metal columns in this basement.

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Here I’m joining together wood slabs to form the columns. This particular column was for a wall end, but the columns that were to cover the metal posts would be constructed the same way, except with four slabs.

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In this shot, you can see two of the metal posts which would be clad in wood columns. One is running along the right edge of image.

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Custom Mantel closeup

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French door installation

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Hardwood staircase trim-out

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…these stairs were previously carpeted.

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Renovation of a very old built-in cabinet

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Custom Mantel with Built-In cabinet and retractable doors

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Custom columns — under construction

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Unique detail on this stair I trimmed

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Fairly typical two-turn exposed stair trim-out

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Unique six-sided, angled columns (my design)

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Spiral framing by Nathan Harrison, trim-out by Horvatt & Co.

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Built-ins and ceiling work

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Extremely low-profile built-in access door, opening …

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 …fully open

 

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