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"This guy walks on water! Wonderful work."

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Another Finished Look, Rosette Block Trims, Part of your Door/Window Trims

Chris Nelson, Peak Construction & Design, Inc. can help you with the final details.  The trims is your home can make all the difference.  Baseboards, Crown Moulding, Wainscoting and Door/Window trims.  Update your home with new finish trims and new paint can give your home a whole new look.  Call Chris Nelson today for more details.  760 668 3991.

Information provided by: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2458878/list/Rosette-Blocks-Show-It-s-Hip-to-Be-Square

Being married to a carpenter, I have the pleasure of being immersed in a world of architectural trim. My most recent learning experience came in the form of the rosette block.

Wooden rosette blocks are both functional and fashionable. They form a decorative corner on door and window casings; functionally, they eliminate the need to calculate complicated miters, usually otherwise required where moldings meet in corners.

Wood rosettes have been featured on door and window casings since the 1800s and were especially popular in Victorian homes. These days they be may used with many trim styles to create a traditional or transitional feel.

This historic Highland Park, Illinois, residence features original stained trimwork with rosette blocks.
Rosette blocks helpedUnion Studio conserve the architectural integrity of this Jamestown, Rhode Island, home during its renovation and addition.
Wood rosettes add decorative detail to the original wood moldings in this Boston apartment.
Designed by architect David Adler, this historic Princeton, New Jersey, home features a bevy of architectural details, including bull’s-eye rosettes.
Along with rosette blocks, bull’s-eye plinth blocks are used at the edge where the baseboard joins the casing of the doorways in this Encinitas, California, waterfront home.
Rosette blocks are quite common in Victorian homes, such as this 1898 San Francisco row house.
This historic New England home is rich with architectural details, like a coffered ceiling, a built-in buffet and trim with rosette blocks.
Crown molding and rosette blocks grace the interior of this 1889 Gothic Victorian residence in Arlington, Virginia.
Rosette blocks manufactured from solid wood are readily available in many sizes.

Peak Construction & Design is a residential/light commercial, general building contractor licensed/insured in California. We specialize in remodeling of custom/single family homes, condominiums, light commercial offices, as well askitchen and bathroom remodeling, along with new built homes, barns and out buildings . We also do general home maintenance.  We service Southern California and the communities  including Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, Indian Wells, Palm Springs, La Quinta, CaliforniaPlease call Chris Nelson today at 760.668.3991!

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