Adding custom trim makes a dramatic difference on the style of your home. Combine various pieces of moulding into “build-ups” to get that craftsman style look. Get started with these project instructions.
Crown moulding is the moulding that can be found where the ceiling and wall meet. There are many different styles of crowm moulding, such as dentil moulding (pictured here), egg and dart, or roped moulding.
Strap hinges are an early style of hinge in which long thin strip of metal is attached to a door or gate allowing for movement. Today strap hinges are often used decoratively in cabinet hardware, garage doors, and gates.
An air compressor uses power to release quick bursts of air. They can be connected to pneumatic tools to create a more powerful effect. An air compressor is a great way to make your stapler, paint sprayer, sandblaster, or drill more powerful!
A shop light usually refers to a type of light than can be easily moved around a shop or workspace to allow for easier task lighting. Often, a shop light has a stand or clip that allows it to adapt to illuminate any project.
An exposed brick wall often refers to a brick wall that was previously covered in either drywall or plaster that for various reasons has been uncovered and left bare, with just bricks and mortar showing. Today, they are commonly found in restored industrial spaces.
Open shelving is a popular trend in kitchen design in which kitchen items like glassware and dishes are displayed on shelving that is open, rather than behind cabinet doors. Ask about shelving that compliments your cabinet style if you're undergoing a kitchen renovation, or add simple shelves to an empty kitchen wall to create more storage.