The checkered moulding with reference code “K” is made of beech wood. Its surface is not treated, it can be varnished or pickled freely. This wooden beading trim can be used to restore antique furniture, as door moulding or to make crown mouldings with it. Unusual solutions are also possible with its help such as decorating gift boxes.
The checkered moulding with reference code “K” has different variants. They differ in multiple parameters, mainly in the shape of the decorations.
The material is hard beech wood for every version. The surface is not treated, it can be freely varnished or pickled.
The checkered motif evokes modern style with its simple yet decorative look. However, the shapes also give an antique feeling, making the wooden carving panel suitable for any design style.
The wooden beading trim can be used in many different areas: you can use it to restore antique furniture or even to build new ones, use it as door moulding or to make crown mouldings with it. What could be better for decorating kitchen furniture than a skirting board with special motifs? With milling, you can make a groove into the door panel in which the skirting board can be inserted, hiding the fact that it was added to the door at a later time.
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