Too often, large architectural projects wind up with a cold, anonymous feel. Hotels, elder-care facilities, motels, casinos, shopping malls, and even large restaurants can look sterile and unoriginal; tight budgets prevent talented designers from adding the pretty, unique touches that they wish they could. Ornamental moldings present architects with a wonderful way to "warm up" up a bland space while adhering to a tight budget. You might wish you could add glass tile, silk curtains, and beautiful artwork to every room, but ornamental moldings are effective and affordable.
Bosley Mouldings is known throughout Europe, South America, Australia, and many parts of Asia for their marvelous architectural moldings. Since the early part of the 20th century, this family-owned and -operated company has produced wood products of exceptional quality, durability, and beauty. They are ornamental molding experts; four generations of Bosleys have perfected the art of making gorgeous base, crown, casing, trim, and chair-rail moldings.
It's astounding how much an intricate molding can add to a room--and equally amazing how inexpensive such a molding can be. Bosley Mouldings' ornamental moldings are available in every type of wood, but they're also available in a variety of inexpensive wood-based materials or wood alternatives.
Take their proprietary Super-Cut-Pop medium density fiberboard (MDF) moldings, for example. Bosley Mouldings is the only company that manufactures Super-Cut-Pop, an MDF product that cuts, nails, and paints like poplar. Super-Cut-Pop moldings cost about 20 to 60 percent less than poplar moldings, however, making them ideal for large projects with strict budgets.