Wood beading trim with pyramid pattern


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The Naturtrend online shop awaits you with affordable decorative wood trim mouldings with pyramid pattern and a wide range of wooden moldings products. This wood beading trim are available in width 10 mm and 20 mm for wooden furniture restoration.  Untreated, so they can be painted in any color you like.

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The pyramid pattern crown moulding available on Shop Naturtrend, allows it to use in a great variety of ways. whether as decorative wood trim moilding for wooden furniture restoration, or edge of decorative wood panel, ceiling trim, door casing and window casing. The wooden moldings on offer are available in sizes 10 x 3 mm and 20 x 5 mm.
The surface of the decorative wood trim moulding are untreated, so they can be painted in any color you like and varnished. This pyramid motif cannot be strictly classified to an interior design style either, so it adapts to all of them. The wooden mouldings are made of beech wood.
We sell our crown moulding as whole threads. If you order a larger quantity, contact us. 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.
This beautiful wood beading trim with pyramid or tile pattern comes with a pyramid motif. The pyramid is a square pyramid, but its meaning is more than that. The word presumably comes from the ancient Egyptian word peremus, associated with the Greek word pur, fire, meaning the place of ascension. Egyptian pyramids are the oldest such pyramid-shaped structures, but such finds are also known from Sudan, Peru, and Central America. Building a pyramid is an almost unfeasible task given the technical equipment of the time, so there are assumptions that it could not have been made without the help of a stranger. Our wooden mouldings UK are unique products and are guaranteed to be made without extraterrestrial technology. See for yourself!

Check out our website, where not only wooden beading trim, but carved wood ornaments, prefabricated inlays and other home decor ideas will help you renovate your home.

Initially, decorative wood trim moulding was used to hide clearance between decorations and the surface. Carved moulding insert was used for palace decoration, expensive houses and villas. Masters used moulding insert to decorate walls and sealings, for example to emphasise the mosaic and frescos. During moulding selection for the interior, masters tended to pick crown molding, that it would harmonise with windows and doors. During middle ages it was most frequently used to decorate temples, churches and sometimes it was used to decorate pieces of manuscritps.