Decorative braid trim, a classic carved pattern on wood mouldings, buy at Naturtrend. The motif of rope twist moulding adapts to any interior design style or period furniture. The decorative wood trim can be used in many ways, either as a decorative wood panels on wall or to wooden furniture restoration. The Naturtrend webshop now offers decorative wood trim moulding at affordable price
Rope twist moulding allow versatile use, for example, ornate decorative wood panel, but also an indispensable element of wooden furniture restoration or period furniture making. You can now order the product online through our Naturtrend webshop, at favorable prices.
Due to the motifs of the decorative braid trim, it can be perfectly matched to a wide variety of interior design styles. This wood moulding is made of beech wood.
The decorative wood trim moulding is available in a thread of 2.50 m, only in full thread. We give a quantity discount on the price of some different width wood mouldings, depending on the quantity purchased. We only sell whole threads. If the value of the order does not reach 30-GBP, we will charge an extra packaging fee of 3-GBP to avoid possible damage to wood mouldings UK.
This slat, decorative braid trim or rope twist moulding has an ancient pattern on it. The spinning is one of the oldest techniques used, first used to make yarn and then to weave. Due to its practicality, it was also used on hair, later for cultural reasons. The braided braid already appears on 6000-year-old Algerian rock drawings. We also encounter this motif in antiquity. The technique and meaning of spinning differ from each other, in some ethnic groups it also reflected social affiliation. The rope twist pattern on our carved moldings can also convey a simpler message: make your environment more beautiful, feel at home!
Wood carving is one of the oldest arts of humankind. Moulding (also spelled molding in the United States though usually not within the industry), also known as coving (United Kingdom, Australia), is a strip of material with various profiles used to cover transitions between surfaces or for decoration. MOULDINGS, the term in architecture for the decorative treatment given to projecting or receding features in stone, wood and other materials, by means of curved forms, whereby those features are accentuated and varied owing to the play of light and shade on the surfaces. The principal characteristics of all the European styles are to be found in the mouldings employed in them and in their ornamental decoration.