Crown molding with ornamental embellishments such as rope or a basket weave design can elevate the look of your kitchen or bathroom cabinets.
Matching moldings are added to make vanity mirrors that match.
For a more polished look or to cover under cabinet lighting, below wall cabinet treatments, also known as light rail, can be fitted at the base of the top cabinet. Corner cabinet corbels provide grace and can be used to sustain the countertop’s importance.
Turned posts can be utilized to construct table legs and add ornamentation to locations like island corners. Pilasters could be used for a more sophisticated and refined look.
Decorative feet are used to make cabinets look like furniture or to provide depth to a space. The following are some examples of decorative feet and legs in various styles:
Ball and Claw feet
Shaker style feet
Queen Anne legs
The overlays add a decorative focal point to areas such as the kitchen hood. Wainscot panels can be set on the perimeter walls of the room to complement the cabinetry.