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Have you ever noticed that the houses built in the 60s and earlier, the sport was more detail in its architecture? Great moldings, arches, niches, built in cabinets and book cases. Details such as columns and brackets used with room dividers and doors interesting detail.

Builders of the decade 70 found that removing unnecessary details, which could reduce costs and build more houses which increased profit margins. Indeed, it was a good "business" moves, but left everyone with friction, unattractive rooms. Therefore, post-1970 houses that lose attractive "architectural interest" now crave.

With a new step towards focusing on the areas of domestic life across the country, a trip to the outlet local home now produces a wide selection of ornamental moldings, wood trim for the cabinet and "do it yourself" kits door for the architecture back to our homes.

Architectural detail is the "bones" of interior design and is usually the first consideration when planning a room to do more. Usually, the rooms are stripped of all furniture and window coverings to show just what the room really has to offer.
With some of that detail added by builders, is to us, the homeowners to put it back.

Gypsum is a way to add architectural interest to a single room, such as moldings, corbels, columns, fireplace mantels and additional details created by the permanent elements linked to the walls and ceilings.

As our country adopted a new attitude of conservation in recent decades, we are seeing more and more "faux" (false) items that are introduced to the world Interior decoration. An example is new, very decorative resin moldings. These detailed moldings seem to be carved and painted wood. However, they are plastic and material timber that holds up well to abuse, putrefaction and insects, and is more durable wood moldings common. Similar material is being used to create products Outdoor Pool.

So how do you go about adding architectural interest to your room? Here are some ideas:

Use 1 x 6 boards around the inside edge of the roof to create a "framework". Fill cracks between pieces of wood with caulking compound and paint or soft joint. Paint the very pale blue ceiling then paint the new frame the same color as your walls. This creates an instant "tray ceiling" that is so popular among home builders new and is an inexpensive yet great way to add instant detail to ceiling. To promote the project by adding crown molding against the new framework in level of the wall adds a more finished appearance.

Easy to create your own columns:

Create two square boxes open end of the pre-sanding wood that measures 6×6 "(Later, you add a 6×6" up to each of the boxes). One of them will be used as the column top and one at the bottom. Before adding the top of each of the boxes, attach a 4×4 sand placed between them with heavy screws. Add the lids of the boxes below, stand and tap in place between the ceiling and the floor with a rubber mallet. Finish the top and bottom with crown molding then paint to match the wall color. Measurements from his post as 4×4 "will depend on your ceiling height. Be sure to include the duration of its superior combination of the column and the bottom for measurement end. The entire column can now be enriched with gypsum or plaster ornamentation Raised Stenciling details. Shorter columns can be created in the same manner as was used as the plant is located.

Brackets are a fabulous addition to architecture and increasingly popular. These now can be purchased at your local grocery store chain home or specialized web sites (just do a search for consoles on the Internet) or find great bargains on auction websites. Corbels come in many varieties different sizes, and can be used under the fireplace mantle, under your kitchen cabinet finishes, inside the doors wide, or create unique elements of the door by placing them on the outer edge of a door or window, then add a cup or a wooden shelf for the top to use to display collectibles.

Even if you do not want to go through the hassle of replacing their existing frames are set in the exciting trim accessories now in his shop at home. These are of wood, on the corner of accessories that add such interest to the corners of rooms and can be incorporated directly with their existing moldings. Straight versions of the same designs are also available. I prefer to use at the top of the door frames for a look "Victorian" age.

There are many ways to increase the interest of their rooms. Seek help from your local hardware store owner for more ideas.

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Victoria Larsen is a professional wall stencil designer and interior specialist. Her products and ideas have been featured in Better Homes and Gardens, WomenÂ’s Day, Craft Trends, Creating Keepsakes, Rubber Stampin Retailer and Memory Maker magazines and The Wall Street Journal. Visit Victoria on line at http://www.victorialarsen.com Decorating with Class Blog: http://victorialarsen.typepad.com

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