Spotlight: Moulding and CabinetryFall into some new products this season.

  • By Carol Motsinger
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine
  • Publication date: 2005-11-21

Royal Group Technologies

Royal Group Technologies. Available in brite white, oak, and cherry finishes, the Heirloom molding line features a polymer styrene casing with smoothed or embossed profiles. Clearwood, a part of this series, is a natural wood-grain and coating process. The collection, asserts the maker, is great for doors, windows, walls, ceiling, and floor jobs.

Plain & Fancy

Plain & Fancy. Glamboyant kitchen cabinetry combines high style with functionality, the firm claims. The red units with glass open with crystal knobs; in contrast, the pull-out base drawers, a library shelf, and a lazy Susan add practicality. Two three-tiered tall cabinets add to the storage space. The cabinets are available in standard and hand-rubbed finishes.

HomeCrest Cabinetry

HomeCrest Cabinetry. With a wide range of cabinets and accessories, the Bayport White series possesses a cottage style with casual beadboard detailing, according to the firm. The collection can be used in numerous applications, including the kitchen, bath, dining room, and office, and is part of the Bayport series which also offers cherry, hickory, and maple finishes. Semi-custom options are available.


Abatron. This manufacturer is now offering to replicate architectural elements, such as corbels, finials, moldings, medallions, and reliefs, that may have been lost or damaged. For the service, the firm requires a photo of the original pieces, dimensions, placement of castings, and type of casting compounds. Compounds offered include epoxies, casting plaster, and concrete.