Egg and dart molding for wooden furniture restoration


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Naturtrend online shop offer you egg and dart molding at affordable price. Wood beading trim are available in widths of 20 and 27 mm. This crown moulding is made of beech wood.
The classical and unique egg and dart molding motif can fit any style of home interior design. Its use is very diverse, whether for ceiling molding, wooden furniture restoration, crown molding, door casing or window casing.

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4,10 € tax incl.

4,10 € per m

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The egg and dart molding offered by Naturtrend shop is available in widths of 20 and 27 mm. This crown moulding has untreated surface. It can be painted in any color you like, making it easier to match the style of your interior design. The egg and dart molding is made of beech wood and can even be used as door casing or window casing. We can make a groove in the door to insert by milling and insert the crown molding and skirting boards into this precisely designed groove. In this case, the decorative wood trim moulding is flush with the surface of the front and does not appear to be glued in retrospect.

A egg and dart cornice with this unique motif, may use in many ways, are just a few examples: ceiling moldings, cornice moldings, but it can also be made of picture frame moldings. In our webshop, addition to a wide selection, favorable moldings are waiting for you, take the opportunity to find the product that suits your plans!

If the value of the order does not reach 30-EUR, we will charge a packaging fee of 3-EUR for the packaging, in order to avoid possible damages. We only sell whole threads.

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An antique door panel reflects elegance and sophistication. The impression remains when we retrofit a door panel with tasteful, handcrafted wood beading trim for wooden furniture restoration recalling the charm of an antique atmosphere. An egg and dart cornice can be placed into a narrow milling, then shortly after applying a darker layer of paint, it is wiped down. When the paint dries the panel is covered with a brighter coating of lacquer. This way the remaining dark paint in the notches of the door panel highlights the stylish antique pattern.