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The Classic Rosette, Fluted Casing, and Plinth Combination
It's as traditional a door trim idea as you can get. It's easily within reach of even the clumsiest DIY remodeler.
About This Door Trim Style
The rosette, fluted casing, and plinth block add instant class to a home. This door trim is overbearing and inappropriate in homes with a cleaner, more modern style.
This door trim combination is super-easy to install. Downside: these trim pieces, though plentiful, still tend to be rather costly.
How To Duplicate This Door Trim Idea
- Two rosette blocks.
- Two plinth blocks.
- Three fluted casings.
You can purchase door packs from distributors such as House of Fara. The third casing above the door will be shorter and will fit most door widths.Continue to 2 of 3 below.
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This is another classic door trim idea that goes back to the days of Colonial America. Yet unlike the previous rosette/plinth arrangement, this is a traditional design that is smooth and can fit in even modern-styled homes.
This Colonial-style door trim is broad and flat with little embellishment and is mitered at the corners. You can finish the bottoms of the side casings with plinth blocks or run them straight into baseboards.Continue to 3 of 3 below.
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Craftsman door trim from Summit Woodworking of Oregon City, Oregon.
Craftsman trim is characterized by strong lines, low embellishment, and natural (rather than painted) wood.
Another hallmark of Craftsman door trim is the use of wider casing at the top than along the sides.