Architectural moldings have a timeless charm that evokes a sense of old-fashioned, classic beauty. But architectural moldings can work just as well in modern spaces as they do in traditional ones. In fact, since wall moldings and other ornamentation are less expected in modern spaces, they really pop, breathing new life into tired rooms.
Bosley Mouldings mills, crafts, and finishes a variety of wonderful moldings, including wall moldings, chair-rail moldings, base moldings, crown moldings, trim moldings, and more. When the company first opened for business in 1913, they specialized in custom making picture frame moldings--which they continue to make to this day. Since Bosley Mouldings also makes doors and casework, they are a perfect resource for any individual or design / architectural team in need of a great deal of woodwork.
In modern spaces, wall moldings can be used to create a sense of whimsy and playfulness in an otherwise austere room. Moldings tend to be very geometrical, but they don't have to be; no law says you have to place your architectural moldings strictly across horizontal and vertical lines.
Why not create a mix of cheerful ovals or circles out of flexible molding? Imagine a large restaurant or club with a dozen scattered circles of flexible molding floating on the walls like champagne bubbles. For designers who prefer a bit more order, imagine the same circles placed evenly along a vertical or horizontal line, like port holes across a ship's hull. When used creatively, wall moldings can be wildly inventive and fun.