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Moulding

We feature a large selection of new designs in mouldings and trim in solid wood, MDF and flexible. We offer a choice of brands and a wide range of styles including authentic period recreations. If you are replacing or repairing moulding and trim that is no longer available, we can match it in both design and material. To see the best selections, we recommend our showrooms. Our lumberyards carry a number of choices in-stock. For moulding instructions, visit our HOW-TO section.

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Kelleher Classic & Colonial
Most wood moulding today evolved from the rich styles of Colonial America that included popular Georgian styles from Europe. As democracy flourished, architectural looks based on classic Greek and...
Kelleher Contemporary
For your twenty-first century home, try natural wood moulding and trim or take inspiration from historical designs and some of the smaller, graceful Colonial and Victorian patterns. Today's higher...
Kelleher Craftsman, Mission Style, Arts & Crafts
The simplicity of form took shape in the early 1900's embodied by the Craftsman movement and bungalow style homes. From the "Arts & Crafts" designs by architects Gustav Stickley...
Kelleher Exterior Moulding & Trim
Dolan's features the finest in exterior moulding and trim. Whether you are building, restoring or improving your home or other structure, use our showrooms as your idea centers. Our...
Kelleher Georgian, Victorian
The Victorian era covers a wide range of styles, especially prominent in the Bay Area and include American Victorian, Queen Anne, Italianate and others. San Francisco has a multitude...
Windsor One Classical Colonial
Authentic period moulding circa 1725-1820 reflects 18th Century flair in classic and even proportions. Often adapted from London plan books, these mouldings are beautifully scaled with bold details and...
Windsor One Classical Craftsman
Classical Craftsman moulding reflects the simple ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement -- unadorned details that are thick and hardy. Circa 1900 to 1930, this era rejected the...
Windsor One Colonial Revival
This celebration of the Colonial era, 1920 to 1940, reflects new design interpretations that have smaller proportions. The distinctive ogee detailing is characterized by the reverse curve on the...
Windsor One Greek Revival
The Greek Revival style is based on the oval instead of the circle. Circa 1820 to 1840, this authentic collection was inspired from the pattern books of the great...
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