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  • DEGREE by Cecilie Manz. The simple details and honest materials create a classic but modern look. A comfortable backdrop for everyday life—this design is available in grey, white and Oregon Pine #reformcph
  • DEGREE by Cecilie Manz. The simple details and honest materials create a classic but modern look. A comfortable backdrop for everyday life—this design is available in grey, white and Oregon Pine #reformcph
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  • OPEN HOUSE at 2223 Sunview in West Kelowna. This Saturday April 20 from 1pm - 3pm.
Well maintained and freshly painted family home in West Kelowna. Open concept main floor with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. Lower level has a den/office and a 1 bedroom in-law suite with separate entrance and laundry.
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom
$619,900
MLS#10180890
  • OPEN HOUSE at 2223 Sunview in West Kelowna. This Saturday April 20 from 1pm - 3pm.
    Well maintained and freshly painted family home in West Kelowna. Open concept main floor with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. Lower level has a den/office and a 1 bedroom in-law suite with separate entrance and laundry.
    4 bedroom, 3 bathroom
    $619,900
    MLS #10180890
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  • Four stock profiles from our Classical Moulding Collection were used to create this Federal style cornice. All are milled from poplar, creating the sharp shadow lines. This combination is not typically seen today, but would have graced homes built after the Revolutionary War between the 1770’s through the early 1800’s. Today, this recreation was installed in a home just outside of Philadelphia by the team @trghomeconcepts. Check them out if you’re interested in seeing more finished photos.
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The Federal style became popular after the Revolutionary War and was inspired by English architect Robert Adam. The mouldings in this period are much lighter and more delicate than the mouldings found in the Georgian period which preceded this period. All mouldings should tell a story. If you’re interested in learning how to combine crown, casing and base profiles like the craftsman from 200 years ago did, grab a copy of our Classical Moulding Catalog. It’s a great free resource, and it features our in-stock collection so you can present your findings to your customer, and have a resource for materials when you land the job! Nationwide shipping available.
  • Four stock profiles from our Classical Moulding Collection were used to create this Federal style cornice. All are milled from poplar, creating the sharp shadow lines. This combination is not typically seen today, but would have graced homes built after the Revolutionary War between the 1770’s through the early 1800’s. Today, this recreation was installed in a home just outside of Philadelphia by the team @trghomeconcepts. Check them out if you’re interested in seeing more finished photos.



    The Federal style became popular after the Revolutionary War and was inspired by English architect Robert Adam. The mouldings in this period are much lighter and more delicate than the mouldings found in the Georgian period which preceded this period. All mouldings should tell a story. If you’re interested in learning how to combine crown, casing and base profiles like the craftsman from 200 years ago did, grab a copy of our Classical Moulding Catalog. It’s a great free resource, and it features our in-stock collection so you can present your findings to your customer, and have a resource for materials when you land the job! Nationwide shipping available.
  •  12  1  8 hours ago