You are likely to find this small bed molding profile labeled as a “screen molding,” presumably to hold screen in place on a porch door or window.
Though I’ve never used it for that purpose, it does make a most excellent inner detail for any kind of inset panel.
Price and Specs
- Unit Price $4.80 ea./8′ stick
- Price Per Foot $0.60
- Material Pine
- Manufacturer EverTrue
Patterns That Use This Molding
[This is part of our DIY Molding & Millwork Inventory series.]
Hi, I just found your site this evening (or should I say morning, since it’s nearly 2am).
I love some of the projects you’ve done. Some are are a bit too ornate for my tastes, but all are beautifully done.
I’m a cabinetmaker, and over the past 2 years, I’ve been restoring my first home, which involved replacing a lot of missing original mouldings throughout the house. I was able to carefully duplicate most of my casings, since none of the patterns are available anywhere (not exact ones, and not affordably) even with our shop’s hundreds of cutter profiles. The door and window “crowns” for example, were custom made by myself at work.
I’ve recently been installing crown mouldings as well. What brought me here was a search for picture rail mouldings. It looks like I’ll need to make those at work, too, since I can’t find any locally.
I’d be honoured if you browsed through my blog. My casings are fairly plain, but I adore them, and they’re part of the reason I bought this house in the first place.
I took a look at your blog JC, you do great work and your house is beautiful!
Your foursquare is the exact style house that first exposed me to moldings, my Aunt’s 1923 in Royal Oak, Michigan. The moldings are very much diffent in yours, though, and just as beautiful!