Georgian Style Moldings & Trim
Millwork For Georgian Style Home Renovations
Our in-stock combination of Georgian style moldings are crafted to replicate the characteristics of the period. Available in select lengths and wood options, these moldings are ready to ship soon after ordering. View each profile below to learn more about its options.
Georgian Baseboard Profiles
The baseboard in Georgian era homes were often ornate – as was most interior woodworking. With more height and depth than modern moldings, Georgian baseboards feature cyma recta and cyma reversa shapes coupled with hollows to form multiple curves.
Georgian Style Crown Moldings
Using planed wood to create distinguished depth, Georgian style crown moldings feature intricate construction. These moldings often featured combinations of cyma recta and cyma reversa shapes.
Georgian Door & Window Casing
Door and window trim was especially ornate in Georgian style homes. Casing featured ovolo, ogee, and bead and quirk in their design. Backband was used to create added depth.
The Georgian Architecture & Millwork Style
Popular during the reigns of George I, II, and III of England, Georgian style architecture relied heavily on neoclassical design. Architects like Sir Christopher Wren drew inspiration from ancient Greece and Rome, with adherence to the classic sense of proportion and symmetry.
Unlike the similarly neoclassically-derived Federal style popular in America, the interior of Georgian homes and public works feature ornate millwork that incorporate the ogee, fillet, ovolo, and bead and quirk.