We worked with top local contractors to identify and stock the correct materials for six of the primary moulding options found in Seattle’s neighborhoods. Visit one of our moulding showrooms to discover the right fit for you.

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Moulding Styles

Discover the right moulding for your home by exploring these six prominent Northwest home styles, in a video series featuring Dunn Lumber CEO Mike Dunn and certified interior designer Keith Miller.

  • TudorTudor

    Rich woodwork & exotic species. Pitched roofs.Bavarian qualities.

  • Bungalow Bungalow

    Bread-and-butter of the moulding world. Common picture rails. Crown moulding. Base caps. Panel battens.Bungalow Moulding

  • ColonialColonial

    Inspired by Greek & Roman architecture. Richly detailed profiles. Crisp shadow lines. Balanced. Symmetrical.Colonial Moulding

  • CraftsmanCraftsman

    Rugged simplicity. Clean. Angular. Post & lintel look with creative joinery. Emphasized hand-crafting.Craftsman Moulding

  • Mid-Century ModernMid-Century Modern

    Clean, minimalist. Reduced dust-catching shadow lines. Emphasized wood quality. Signature profile was the "clamshell".Mid-Century Modern Moulding

  • VictorianVictorian

    Rich orientation. High baseboard. Decorative wainscoting. Stacked crown moulding. Elaborate millwork.Victorian Moulding

Visit Our Bellevue Moulding Showroom

Moulding is worth experiencing firsthand. Visit our Bellevue moulding showroom, where you can chat with an experienced team member and tour six different architectural styles to see how they uniquely complement floors, walls, windows and doors.