Craftsman window trim

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Project by bluemtn posted 11-03-2014 04:00 AM 832 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Adding a bit of craftsman style to my cookie cutter windows. Picture 1 is the after, 2 is the before, 3 in progress and 4 is the detail. I had fun milling my own trim rather than buying a molding from the bigbox. Material is pine, semi-gloss white interior paint. Three windows down, too many to go.

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#1 posted 11-03-2014 04:05 AM

Nicely done and a definite improvement over the original shown in your second photograph.

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#2 posted 02-17-2015 07:59 PM

Good Work! I have a question. I am trimming out a set of 8 windows in my living room and I am wondering if I should biscuit joint all the pieces together to have seamless joints as much as can be. I am tying all of the windows together to make a nice wow factor for the room. The problem i foresee is uneven walls. I am also staining/poly rather than painting. I have completed the interior trim on all eight windows and am trying to decide to joint or not to joint.

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