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Make Your Next Custom-Build Home Special with Columns, Capitals, and Corbels

Posted by Pattern Cut on 9/19/2018 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
Make Your Next Custom-Build Home Special with Columns, Capitals, and Corbels

As a builder, you might not spend a lot of time poking around on social media, but if you did, you might be surprised at what is "trending" in terms of home design and features. Sites like Pinterest are awfully helpful when looking for inspiration, and this is true whether you are making meals or building multi-million dollar homes. Where home design is concerned, custom capitals, columns and custom corbels are a very hot topic.

Have Your Corbels Rotted Off? Replace them with New Ones from Pattern Cut

Posted by Pattern Cut on 8/15/2018 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
Have Your Corbels Rotted Off? Replace them with New Ones from Pattern Cut

Does your home have a unique style that made you fall in love with it the first time you saw it? Many homeowners are instantly drawn to the decorative elements that they see when they first view a home – whether it’s a tile roof, a wrap-around porch, gables, or smaller elements like decorative corbels.


Ceiling Medallions for the New Home

Posted by Pattern Cut on 4/30/2015 to Architectural & Decor
Ceiling Medallions for the New Home
Ceiling medallions are moldings that are installed in the center of a ceiling, typically around a light fixture or ceiling fan. In today’s economy everyone is looking for creative ways to design living spaces using items in a way they ordinarily wouldn't; such as ceiling medallions. This trend, as well as the traditional uses of them has seemingly exploded in the interior design of new homes over the last few years.

History of Corbels

Posted by Pattern Cut on 2/16/2015 to Architectural & Decor
History of Corbels
The word corbel comes from the Latin word curvus, which means “raven.” In French, the word for corbel is corbeau, which means “crow.” A corbel is a bracket built into or projecting out from a wall, supporting the weight of a structure above it. Its shape resembles that of a crow’s beak, inspiring its present-day name.

The Rich History of Rosettes

Posted by Pattern Cut on 11/29/2014 to Architectural & Decor
The Rich History of Rosettes
The rosette used today in design and architecture has quite a rich history. A rosette is a round, stylized flower design, used extensively in sculptural objects from antiquity, appearing in Mesopotamia and used to decorate the funeral stele in Ancient Greece. It was adopted later in Romanesque and Renaissance, and also common in the art of Central Asia, spreading as far as India where it is used as a decorative motif in Greco-Buddhist art.

Laser Cut vs Handmade Wall Ornaments

Posted by Pattern Cut on 11/11/2014 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
Home is where the heart is. We love our homes, and we decorate them to feel cozy, and practical, and warm, and sometimes cold - we make our homes fit our personalities. So, when you’re in that home decoration, or redecoration, phase, and all you can think about are rugs, and paintings, and wallpapers, and different pieces of furniture, your mind might wander to wall ornaments. They can look beautiful and classy, or hip and modern - it all depends on which ones you choose. And speaking of choices, are you going with laser cut or handmade wall ornaments?

7 Creative Uses of Corbels

Posted by Patterncut on 6/26/2014 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
Corbels were historically made of bricks or blocks that were partially embedded in a wall with the other end projecting out from the face to support the weight of a horizontal protrusion, a function that continues to this day in supporting eaves, mantels, kitchen countertops, cabinets and cupboards, to name a few.

The Fun of Ornamental Molding

Posted by Patterncut on 2/4/2014 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
When it comes to ornamental molding, the sky’s the limit...well that and the size of your bank account, actually. With the choices and styles available you can go as ornate as you could possibly imagine, from replicating old world design to creating an ambience of the far east.

Creative Uses for Rosettes

Posted by Patterncut on 1/31/2014 to Ornaments, Corbels, Medallions & More
Rosettes have been used as ornamental decor in architecture and sculpture for thousands of years, and stand today as one of the most enduring design motifs ever created by mankind. A rosette is basically a stylized rose pattern, with the petals extending out from the central stem.
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