Just like Dorothy from the Wizard Oz, the crew at NSPJ Architects believe there’s no place like home! Thanks to NSPJ Architects in Prairie Village, Kansas for hosting an AIA lunch & learn today. Be sure to check out NSPJ Architects if you are in the Kansas City area! Welcome to the Website for NSPJ […]
Integrity Remodeling is turning boring into beautiful with their craftsmanship in Northern California. Owner Eli Israel is a big fan of WindsorONE and you can see what sets him apart from others. A big thanks to Eli for sending over a few recent photos of his Classical Craftsman projects, keep up the great work.
This home by RW Anderson Homes in collaboration with First Lamp Architecture Construction is a perfect example of the Craftsman style. They used WindsorONE for the exterior trim boards to create architectural elements of a true 1920’s – 30’s era Craftsman home. The attention to detail and character continues into the interior as well. Read […]
It’s always a treat to see a newly completed project from Brent Hull. Brent is a nationally recognized authority on historic design, architecturally correct moldings & millwork… and the designer of the WindsorONE Classic American Molding Collection. Check out the full story of the addition and interior work done on this 1940s Colonial Revival home.
Designer Lisa Price called us up for some samples and shared their success with our products. They’re customers of Dunn Lumber and recently completed a job using our Craftsman Molding Series. Below are two shots of the work and if you’re in the Seattle Market and are seeking someone with WindsorONE experience, look no further […]
There’s not much to say but WOW! This builder tackled one of the most challenging coffer ceiling treatments I’ve ever seen and if you’re looking to replicate the process, what I can tell you is they used our Craftsman Crown for the details. As the home owner wished to be kept anonymous, you can tell […]
In the latest from the “The Timeless House” Brent Hull goes over how to tell the good moldings from the bad or fake moldings. He contrasts the idea of the crowded unreadable bumpy crown vs. the idea of a clear readable crown with classical proportions. “More is not better, it’s worse.” This idea of simulating […]
Looking to incorporate some wainscoting into your Sketchup project? There are a variety of WindsorONE wainscoting files for you to use in your models.. (including inside & outside corners for each style). The WindsorONE Classic American Molding Collection, Trim Boards & Specialty Tongue & Groove Boards are referenced as components in each file. You can […]
In case you missed it, revisiting a comprehensive article on chair rail installation Brent Hull did for THISisCarpentry.com. It goes over how to set up proper classical proportion in a room and reviews some of the most common chair rail mistakes. See the full article at THISisCarpentry.com. Also check out Brent’s book, Building a Timeless […]
In this episode of This Old House, Bob Villa chats historic moldings with Brent Hull, historical millwork expert and designer of the WindsorONE Classic American Molding Collection. Carpenter Bob Riley & crew (above) adapt the Classical Colonial Cornice buildup for this space in the step by step video. Brent & Bob discuss historical moldings Bob […]
Building with History: Molding from Brent Hull on Vimeo. Brent Hull, historical millwork expert, founder of Hull Historical and designer of the WindsorONE Molding Collection goes over the do’s and don’ts of using moldings in this episode of ‘Building With History.’ Abstract below, see the full post at The Timeless House blog. “Although nearly all […]
Brent Hull, historical millwork expert and designer of the WindsorONE Classic American Molding Collection, shows stunning craftsmanship & detail in this library project they recently completed down at the Hull Historical shop. Incredible work! Check the link & the video! http://brenthullcompanies.com/blog/2013/03/in-the-shop-san-antonio-library/