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Home Period Revival molding install. Laying out a well-proportioned paneled wall

Moldings from 1920-1940 are unique. The size and scale of them are well-suited to houses we are building today. Brent lays out the best way to apply moldings to the wall to create the best proportions for a beautiful room. This era is the last good era of design. After this moldings begin to shrink and good design fades.

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