There are many ways to enhance the beauty and value of a home with architectural elements. Architectural design elements add visual interest and draw attention to architectural features that may have otherwise gone unnoticed. Regardless of your home’s architectural style, molding and trim make a great addition to any home. While there are many different materials used for molding, we would argue that natural stone molding is the best option. Types of molding include chair rails, crown molding, baseboards, wainscoting, picture rail, and casing so there are many ways in which to incorporate natural stone molding in your home. Below are 2 advantages of using natural stone molding’s in your home.
2 Advantages of Using Natural Stone Moldings
- Stone Moldings Add Beauty
- Stone moldings are one of the most beautiful additions you can make to your home. They help smooth transitions from wall to floor or ceiling, accentuate features of your home, add elegance, and so much more! Additionally, if you have incorporated other natural stone elements into your home’s architectural design it can help smooth the transitions with other natural stone elements as well. When you opt to use natural stone rather than manufactured stone you get to enjoy all of the unique beauty that natural stone has. No two pieces of natural stone are identical, they vary in color, texture, pattern and more. Natural stone adds unique, one-of-a-kind beauty to a home that no other type of molding can achieve.
- Stone Moldings Add Value
- Not only do natural stone moldings add beauty to your home but they add value as well. Natural stone molding’s can be hand carved from materials including limestone, marble, travertine, granite, and slate and all of these beautiful stones are also quite valuable so when you install them into your home you instantly enhance it’s value. Use Natural Stone elaborates on the value natural stone adds to your home in whatever application in which it is used (including moldings!), “While limestone may be more expensive than brick or other common materials, it will always add more value and more than pay for itself, according to Derek DiSera, a real estate broker with @Properties in Chicago. He recommends using limestone pavers to create walkways and steps, or adding limestone to windowsills, crown moldings, or front stairs. “All of these have a timeless appeal and a much wider appeal to most buyers,” he says.”