Wood Molding & Trim
adds style and sophistication to a home, making it stand apart from the rest. Adding wood molding or trim to your home is an inexpensive way to increase the ultimate value of your home. Texas Crown and Millwork proudly offers a variety of fully customizable styles that suit every kind of décor. Crown Molding
- Crown molding
is a decorative type of trim that lies flush along the upper portion of a room's walls where they meet with the ceiling. It can change the entire feel of a room transforming it from plain and simple, to extraordinary!
- Cabinet Molding- Cabinet molding enhances the character of the cabinetwork and in turn enhances the character of the room in which the cabinetwork is placed. Cabinet Molding can provide classic elegance to traditional designs or reinforce a simplistic contemporary design. The difference between appropriate molding trim and no molding at all is the difference between a completely finished final appearance and an unfinished room.
- Cabinet Doors
- Panel Moldings- Panel Moldings were first introduced in the elegant interiors of homes during the Georgian period of the 1700's. In these grand homes, panel moldings adorned walls, ceilings, and doors visually enhancing the room's sense of space, and adding exquisite decorative elements.You can add the classic look of wall panels to your home with quality panel moldings and complementary decorative framing corners, bringing an ambience of elegance to overall décor.
- Chair Rails and Decorative Molding- Chair rails have both a decorative and practical function. Applied to a wall anywhere from 24 to 48 inches from the floor they are a beautiful accent to the room, while also protecting the wall from scuffs and dents from the backs of chairs.
- Door Moldings and Casings- Door casings are both decorative and utilitarian, enhancing the look of the door while also concealing the transition between the wall and the jamb. In the late 1700s, classical arched casings graced Georgian-style houses, often surrounding fanlight transoms that were positioned over square doorways to soften their severe angles. Over-the-door trim accentuates a room's soaring proportions by drawing the eye up, and creating a grand entrance!
- Entry Doors
- Back Bands The back band provides an additional level of detail or accent to door and window casings. The back band is a more functional element that provides thickness at the edge of a casing when a thick baseboard, chair rail or wall panel detail is to be used.
- Corner, Round and Edge Moldings