Giddy with Delight – Architectural Moulding’s that may melt your heart!

 Ideas are cheap. Always be passionate about ideas and communicating those ideas and discoveries to others in the things you make.
Charles Eames

Morning all!! It’s a gloomy rainy day here north of Toronto.

Therefore, I thought I would take this opportunity to share with you a little gem of a company that may just make the sun shine and leave you squealing with delight?!!

After fourteen years in the industry, it takes a lot to move me.

Many items I have been madly passionate about have been done before and then recreated, albeit in fresh ways.  However if you’ve seen one version followed by another newer version of the same,  it simply does not raise the blood pressure.

Yes, of course, the item or items will look lovely, but will they be jaw dropping, breath taking, earth shattering, must have options?!!

So my question remains: Why not look for an item or items that can and will rock your renovation world?

While sourcing for a client project, I have stumbled across an incredible company that I do believe can and will be just that.  Prepare to be elated!  You may even require Kleenex nearby!  I’m still drooling over the possibilities!


Drum Roll Please….

Throughout the history of architecture, style has dictated the atmosphere of public spaces, displaying a wealth of detail that contained meaning and context.

Custom Crown – via Solomon and Wu

Solomon&Wu have come together with the vision to bring the best elements of contemporary design to a tradition of mouldings that has seen no development in 100 years.  By taking the traditional formats of mouldings and applying contemporary design, they have the ability to create fresh and entirely unique products.

Some elements you will recognise, such as skirting, cornice, wall panels, ceiling roses, corbels and architraves.  But moulding techniques have changed dramatically with the advent of silicone moulds and CAD model making technology; it is very exciting to think of the new possibilities.

Custom crown via Solomon and Wu

Lead time for custom work is 6 to 8 weeks from signing off on production models.

Custom Mould – via Solomon and Wu

Apparently, they love challenges and experimentation – no idea is impossible to turn in to reality.

Can you imagine the possibilities?  I sure can!  Dreaming now.

Have an amazing day…

Be Inspired :)


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  1. Kelly Kole says:

    That is DA-LISH!!!! What a show stopper – thanks for sharing!