Style Guide

Each Carter-Lee architectural grouping includes all of the moulding profiles required to complete an architectural style. Our moulding groupings are architecturally correct based on scale, style and proportions for individual rooms.
Colonial Style

Colonial Style

Colonial architecture accounts for a large period of American history during the 17th and 18th centuries. The Colonial Style moulding collection is inspired by the refined and classical Georgian period with its Palladian influence of proportions and details.

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Revival Period

Period Revival

Capturing the classical style of early Colonial period, this collection is smaller in scale and is known for its distinctive ogee detailing, characterized by the reversed curve. The style was introduced in the mid 20th century and continues to be used in many homes today.

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Neoclassical Style

Neoclassical Style

A reinterpretation of classical continental European architecture and the work of England's Robert and James Adam's Adamesque style, this elegant collection is
expressed through attenuated forms, curved or elliptical features and sophisticated details.

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Artcraft Style

Artcraft Style

This style responds to the English Arts & Crafts movement in the late 19th and early 20th century that pleaded for honesty of materials and craftsmanship. It was showcased in many bungalow homes, with clean simple design and unadorned details that fit many styles of newer homes.

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