What Is Stone Moulding?
In architecture and the decorative arts, Stone moulding, also spelled molding, is a defining, transitional, or terminal element that contours or outlines the edges and surfaces on a projection or cavity, such as a cornice, architrave, capital, arch, base, or jamb. Stone moulding is the most common and popular type of molding.
Types of Stone Molding
stone molding is one way to tie a complete stone look together or simply add an elegant element to a space. Here we name four different types of stone molding that you can incorporate in any residential or commercial setting.
Stone Chair Rails
Stone Stair Treads
Stone Wall Caps
Uses of Stone Moulding
Builders and architects usually use these decorative stone moldings in the following spaces in the building. The facade of the buildings, especially Roman style facade, door and elevator frame, mirror frame and stone fireplaces. Here, in BorjStone Corporation we provide almost every kind of stone moulding with beautiful design and great quality.
In the past, all stone tools were handmade. But gradually with technology development, this work was done by machine. Currently, CNC and waterjet cutting machines do this very precisely and delicately. By means of these devices, any pattern and design can be executed. You only need to design the desired pattern in a software such as AutoCAD and connect it to the device. The output of the model will be exactly the same as the design, without any defects. In this way, the speed and accuracy of the work increased and had a great impact on the final result. No need to mention, there are great artists who, with their high skills, make unique ,moldings that cannot be compared to any device. But it requires spending much time, also the cost of this work is much higher in comparison with the machine.