An applied moulding
is a decorative detail which is planted on top of another architectural element. Here are a few examples that quickly come to mind, picture rails for artwork, beaded face frames for kitchen cabinets, pencil moulding for accenting trim work, stylish beak shaped profiles, fillets installed between balusters on staircases, mullions for windows,
screen mould for doors, shelf edges,
glass beads, base caps,
and half rounds
are all good examples of patterns that are "planted on" or applied to another element of the architectural style. We currently offer over eleven hundred and eighty beautiful plant on/applied moulding designs, from simplistic everyday details, to the most sophisticated ornate patterns imaginable, utilizing all the geometrical elements including, ovolo, cyma recta, cyma reversa, scotia, splay, torus, cavetto, thumb, bead, and fillets.
When searching our plant on/applied moulding designs, please input width dimensions to narrow size preferences in the search area on top. If you're searching for a specific size, enter the same dimensions in the minimal and maximum boxes provided above. If by chance you don't see an applied/plant on detail that enhances the character of your architectural décor, send us a sketch, we would be happy to create a custom design on cad, cut an acrylic template on our cnc machinery, and grind a set of high precision knives on our Weinig Rondamat 960 profile grinder. We also have an easy to use knife calculator located directly under every pattern in our catalog, offering immediate, accurate price quotes.