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Decorative Faux Ceiling Beams

Decorative ceiling beams are one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to dramatically improve the décor of a room or exterior. This versatile range of styles that fall under the heavily distressed category will help you set the mood, whether you’re looking for old-world rustic, cottage, Mediterranean or Tuscan flair. The beams can be used in any type of project, from adding one simple beam accent to building an elaborate truss.

Try the relaxed appeal of their lightly distressed texture in a den or family room, to bring out the coziness in a state-of-the-art kitchen, inside a guest bedroom or throughout your vacation home. The beams will add subtle warmth and style, making your house a welcoming oasis.

The beams are made of tough, durable yet lightweight polyurethane or foam, but replicate the minute details of wood to the point where you won’t be able to tell them apart. This material also never rots, warps or cracks. It stand ups to all forms of wear and tear without fading or peeling – even when used outdoors.

A variety of color options are available, or can ordered Unfinished if you prefer to paint or stain them yourself. These Three-sided beams can be installed over wiring, pipes, existing smaller beams, etc.


These incredibly realistic-looking beams will add beauty to any room. Try them in a family room or den, a vacation home, a guest bedroom or a large, eat-in gourmet kitchen. They could be the finishing touch to make your house the warm, inviting space it was meant to be.

Cut to Size

Custom wood beams offer even greater design flexibility – allowing you to select the exact size needed for your project. Custom-cut length, width and height – you call the shots!

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Elegant Iron Double Doors!

Installing wrought iron doors in your home’s entryway is one of the best ways to add a touch of class to your home’s exterior. These gorgeous doors come in a variety of elegant styles and patterns.
Besides to the visual aesthetic, wrought iron doors have several other benefits.

  Iron Doors Increase Home Value 

They add actual value to your home as well. Wrought iron is an upgrade to your home.
It improves the look of your home as well as the neighborhood. Should you ever decide to sell, this will enhance the curb appeal and leaves the impression you want on potential home buyers.
Presenting a distinguished home on the market may make buyers more willing to meet your asking price.

  The Prestige of Wrought Iron Doors

Let’s face it. Wrought iron doors are more than cool. They are elegant, classy, and a sign of prestige.
If you go by the adage that your home is your castle, then there’s no better material for your entryway than a castle gate of wrought iron. As an aesthetic, an iron door stands apart. Your home will stand apart from others in your neighborhood. Wrought iron is common in museums, palaces, and cathedrals. Iron gates are also prevalent in government buildings and private mansions.
Iron states that the structure, be it a museum or a private residence, is somehow exceptional; it presumes affluence.

The Unique Beauty of Wrought Iron Doors and Gates

There is a distinguished beauty to wrought iron. It has a definitive substance and weight. It also contains masterful and precise craftsmanship. It is, therefore, a piece of art in your entryway.
Given your entryway is the first impression of your home, what better way than with the beauty of iron. Iron doors are far from conventional. They are gorgeous and extraordinary.
It’s not unheard of for homeowners to install iron doors and then notice passing cars slow down or even stop to admire them. Some even get out and ask the owners for the name of the manufacturer. A well-crafted iron entry door inspires pride in your home and beauty that doesn’t fade with time. In fact, many homeowners who move out of their home will install a wrought iron entry in the next home they purchase.

It is, therefore, a piece of art in your entryway.
Given your entryway is the first impression of your home, what better way than with the beauty of iron. Iron doors are far from conventional. They are gorgeous and extraordinary.
It’s not unheard of for homeowners to install iron doors and then notice passing cars slow down or even stop to admire them. Some even get out and ask the owners for the name of the manufacturer. A well-crafted iron entry door inspires pride in your home and beauty that doesn’t fade with time. In fact, many homeowners who move out of their home will install a wrought iron entry in the next home they purchase.

  Long-Lasting Durability

Iron doors are more than an aesthetic choice for your home. They are a quality investment. Iron doors last for years and keep their polished and elegant look.
Because of the sturdy and durable iron they are made from, these doors can withstand great pressure. They will stand against extreme temperatures and natural elements without needing to replacement or repair.
The double wrought iron found in exterior doors is made from a high grade of steel. You measure the grade by gauge. The highest quality wrought iron entry doors are typically 2 inches thick or 12 gauge. A skilled iron-worker forges and beats the iron into shape by hand. The door’s strength decreases when the gauge is higher than 14. As the gauge number goes up, the thickness and strength go down. Lesser quality steel doors consist of thin steel that a machine presses into shapes through an automated process.

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Exterior Entry Doors!

Increasing Your Home’s Curb Appeal Whether you’re remodeling, getting ready to sell or building a new home, curb appeal is important. It’s how appealing your home looks from the curb not only to interested buyers, but also to your neighbors, friends and of course you!

Other ideas for boosting your curb appeal.

Keep in mind that updating your door opens up other possibilities for boosting your curb appeal as well. If your remodeled entryway added sidelites or a double door, meaning that your overall configuration changed in the process, you might want to rearrange flower pots or furniture on your porch. You might also consider updating your outdoor lighting fixtures or mailbox to reflect the style of your decorative glass.

Whether you replace just the door, or update other elements of your home at the same time, your home will be beautifully refreshed. And if you do decide to sell your home later, the National Association of Realtors has listed improving curb appeal as one of the top five most valuable upgrades you can make. So however you look at it, you’re going to love your new curb appeal!

Craftsman Style

Showcasing the craft of building by hand, these homes emphasize the use of natural wood, stone and brick materials. Low pitched roof lines, tapered square columns and exposed rafters are typical of these “Arts and Crafts” beauties.


 Engineered All-Wood Stiles and Rails with Dowel Pinned Stile/Rail Joinery

Profile: Ovolo Sticking
Glass: 3/4″ Insulated Glazing

Engineered All-Wood Stiles and Rails with Dowel Pinned Stile/Rail Joinery

Panels: 3/4″ VG Flat Panel
Glass: 3/4″ Insulated Glazing

Smooth-Star®
S4814-SDLF1
Craftsman Lite 2 Panel Shaker Flush-Glazed w/Craftsman 4 Lite 2Wx2H Simulated Divided Lites – Flat 1-1/8″ Glass

Colonial
This style, known for its refined design and symmetry, preserves the classic style of homes from America’s history. Colonial homes usually have two or three stories, fireplaces and brick or wood facades.

Classic-Craft®Mahogany Collection™
CCM110B
Full Lite W/ Stile Lines w/Bella™ Glass

Smooth-Star®
S962
Full Lite W/ Stile Lines w/Avonlea® Glass

Fiber-Classic®Oak Collection™
FC1652
Full Lite W/ Stile Lines w/Axis™ Glass

Modern

Modern-style homes fuse industrial concrete, vinyl and glass materials to stunning effect. Look for strong right angles, minimal box-like designs and asymmetrical exteriors.

Engineered All-Wood Stiles and Rails with Dowel Pinned Stile/Rail Joinery
Panels: 1-3/4″ Panels with Square Groove
Profile: Square Groove
Glass: 3/4″ Insulated Glazing

Smooth-Star®
S685LXR-SDLF2
Full Lite Flush-Glazed w/Rainglass Contemporary Asymmetrical 10 Lite Simulated Divided Lites – Left – Flat 3-1/2″ Glass

Smooth-Star®
S5705XJ-SDLF1
Full Lite Flush-Glazed w/Chinchilla Colonial 3 Lite 1Wx3H Simulated Divided Lites – Flat 1-1/8″ Glass
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Dutch Doors

Simply put, a Dutch door is one that’s divided into two parts horizontally, so the bottom half can remain closed while the top half is open. When the connecting hardware is locked, the two halves act as one, posing as a solid door.
The name is a dead giveaway (though they’re sometimes called stable doors, half doors, and double-hung doors). Dutch doors were common in the Netherlands in the 17th century. They were devised for use as exterior doors on farmhouses to keep animals out and children in, while allowing air and light to come and go. Dutch settlers brought the style to the US, where it appeared on rural houses in New York and New Jersey. The style soon migrated to the cities, where they kept out vermin, street dirt, and debris. They also allowed residents to interact with deliverymen and the like without letting them inside the house.

The real beauty of a Dutch door lies not just in their stylish appearance, but in their flexible design as well. Homeowners love the convenience of being able to open the top half to enjoy the fresh air, while still keeping pets and children inside. Whether you are hoping to complete you home’s rustic farmhouse look, or trying to create something a little more modern, a Dutch door enhances the design of any entryway. Simpson can make Dutch doors in any size, any species, and in any design featuring an intermediate rail.

Most variations in Dutch doors are found in the choice of wood, the panel designs, and the height of the dividing break in the door. And, while the design DNA of Dutch doors is country, their appeal hasn’t escaped minimalist modern remakes.

Here’s a door with a split personality. Open and welcoming on the one hand, private and protective on the other. We’re talking, of course, about the Dutch door. A precursor to the screen door, it keeps unwanted visitors out while allowing sunlight and breezes to wander in. The Dutch door may be rooted in agricultural history, but it’s perfect for modern living. Find out if it deserves a spot on the front (or back) of your house (or even inside):

Dutch doors offer the flexibility of two styles in one, as you may choose different designs for the top and bottom. While the bottom half should be solid, many doors have a glass panel for the top half. Designs for both glass and solid panels vary widely: single or multiple-paned; clear or stained glass; flat, raised, or board-and-batten panel faces, and more.

Dutch doors offer the flexibility of two styles in one, as you may choose different designs for the top and bottom. While the bottom half should be solid, many doors have a glass panel for the top half. Designs for both glass and solid panels vary widely: single or multiple-paned; clear or stained glass; flat, raised, or board-and-batten panel faces, and more.


Do Dutch doors require special hardware?
Here’s the lowdown on hardware:
Hinges: Dutch doors require a minimum of four hinges, two for each door half (standard doors only need three). Standard door hinges will work if they meet the weight requirements. Period hardware is often used, such as sturdy Colonial-style strap hinges.
Knobs and Locks: The door knob and lock are installed on the lower half. For added security, a deadbolt can be placed on the top half.
Latch: This is the special piece of hardware you need to interlock the top and bottom leaves of the door. The bolt must be used when the door is closed, but you can leave it in place when the door is open for traditional door functionality.

Any tips for installing Dutch doors?

  • Consider whether to have a paned or solid top half. Do you want light to come in when the door is fully closed? Or do you want full privacy?
  • Remember the door swing. We’re not just talking about the standard door swing, but where your open top half will rest. Will it be in the way physically or visually? Is there ample space while it’s in open position?
  • Think about how you’ll hold the top half of the door open.
  • For an exterior door, you’ll need weatherstripping between the upper and lower leaves to keep wind and wet from sneaking in when the door is shut.
  • We recommend hiring a professional installer, especially for exterior doors where security and sealing out the weather elements is important. That said, if you’re an avid DIYer, there are many tutorials available. (This
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Supersized Monster Doors have just been Unleashed!!


 These stunning, over-sized doors can be made in heights up to 12 feet tall and widths up to 10 feet wide. They address the need for larger and more personalized spaces in the home. J These doors are offered in any wood species and design, and can be mounted on popular alternative hardware, such as barn track or pivot hinges. 

These beautiful behemoth doors aren’t just space dividers. They’re functional pieces of art that make a stunning visual impact in the home – open or closed.

Monster Door 7404
Shown in hemlock with white laminate glass

Monster Door 49853
Shown in knotty alder with factory finish (weathered gray finish)

Simpson’s Monster Doors not only come in XL sizes, but are designed to withstand the daily challenges of everyday life. Each Monster Door is engineered to deliver the design freedom customers want with the reliability and performance they have come to expect from Simpson. Monster Doors are available for both interior and exterior door applications.

PLEASE NOTE. All Monster Series doors include Simpson’s standard warranty. That warranty does not cover warp on a door over 3’6” x 8’0”

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More exciting Specialty Mouldings


SHAKER MOULDING

SHA-6-POP 6″ x 3/4″ Shaker Moulding with Beveled Edges, Species: Poplar $8.81 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′.

SHA-6-OK 6″ x 3/4″ Shaker Moulding with Beveled Edges, Species:
Oak $11.75 per foot 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′.
SHA-6-ALD 6″ x 3/4″ Shaker Moulding with Beveled Edges, Species:
Alder  $13.15 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′.

SHA-6-HMP 6″ x 3/4″ Shaker Moulding with Beveled Edges, Species:
Hard Maple $13.78 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′.

SHA-6-CH 6″ x 3/4″ Shaker Moulding with Beveled Edges, Species:
Cherry $14.56 per foot 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′.

Flat Back Crown Moulding with Rope

FBC1POP 2″ X 1-1/8″ Flat Back Crown Moulding with 1/2″ Rope Species: Poplar $7.43 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
FBC1HMP 2″ X 1-1/8″ Flat Back Crown Moulding with 1/2″ Rope Species:
Hard Maple $9.73 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
FBC1OK 2″ X 1-1/8″ Flat Back Crown Moulding with 1/2″ Rope Species:
Oak $9.88 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
FBC1ALD 2″ X 1-1/8″ Flat Back Crown Moulding with 1/2″ Rope Species:
Alder $11.61 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
FBC1CH 2″ X 1-1/8″ Flat Back Crown Moulding with 1/2″ Rope Species:
Cherry $14.27 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.


Rope Embossed Moulding
EM-6POP 4-5/16″ x 1/2″ Rope Embossed Moulding Species:
Poplar $6.05 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 80′.
EM-6OK 4-1/4 x 1/2″ Rope Embossed Moulding Species:
Oak $6.25 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 80′.
EM-6ALD 4-5/16″ x 1/2″ Rope Embossed Moulding Species:
Alder $8.08 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 80′.
EM-6HMP 4-5/16″ x 1/2″ Rope Embossed Moulding Species:
Hard Maple $8.86 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 80′.
EM-6CH4-5/16″x 1/2″ Rope Embossed Moulding Species:
Cherry $14.18 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 80′.


Egg & Dart Embossed Moulding
EM-4POP 1″ x 9/16″ Egg & Dart Embossed Moulding Species:
Poplar $2.73 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
EM-4OK 1″ x 9/16″ Egg & Dart Embossed Moulding Species:
Oak $3.90 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
EM-4HMP 1″ x 9/16″ Egg & Dart Embossed Moulding Species:
Hard Maple $3.96 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
EM-4ALD 1″ x 9/16″ Egg & Dart Embossed Moulding Species:
Alder $4.65 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
EM-4CH 1″ x 9/16″ Egg & Dart Embossed Moulding Species:
Cherry $5.67 per foot
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 120′.
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Wainscot & Accent Wall Ideas

It is important to select a style of wainscoting that matches the decor of your space. For example, in a sleek, modern-style living room, wainscoting with simple, linear horizontal borders would work well, while wainscoting with lavish ornamentation and complex patterns would likely seem out of place. One of popular wainscoting style is bead board, which consists of repeating verticals strips that are typically two inches wide. Another common style, which offers a more classic look, is using repeating sections of raised rectangles or squares in the wainscoting panels.

Determine the functionality of your room. The traditional color of wainscoting is white. For a small space, white is a great way to open up the space and allow you to paint the wall a darker color. The type of paint is also important. If it is a high-traffic area, you’ll want to use an eggshell or semi-gloss finish on the wainscoting since it is easy to clean.

The wall to accent is generally the first thing you see when you walk into the room, but not in every situation. You may want your accent wall to be free from doors, windows and anything that may break up your wall. It may have distinctive architectural features or placements such as a built-in bookcase, a wainscoting, a fireplace or an architectural nook. It could be the anchor-wall behind the bed in a bedroom like this one.

Repeating a pattern evenly over an entire wall looks Elegant and Classy in my opinion.

Applying Wainscot in a bathroom as an accent wall makes a great statement

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Specialty Crown Styles


Rope Crown
MC1POP
5-3/4″ x 7/8″ Crown Moulding with 3/4″ Rope Species: Poplar Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′ $11.61 per foot
MC1OK
5-3/4″ x 7/8″ Crown Moulding with 3/4″ Rope Species: Oak Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′ $16.85  per foot
MC1HMP
5-3/4″ x 7/8″ Crown Moulding with 3/4″ Rope Species: Hard Maple Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′. $18.57 per foot
MC1ALD
5-3/4″ x 7/8″ Crown Moulding with 3/4″ Rope Species: Alder Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′ $21.09 per foot
MC1CH
5-3/4″ x 7/8″ Crown Moulding with 3/4″ Rope Species: Cherry Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′. $27.85 per foot
Crown Moulding with Dentil
DC2POP
5-1/2″ x 1-1/4″ Crown Moulding with 1″ Dentil Species: Poplar. Priced by the linear foot in 8′ sticks with carton quantities of 56′. $10.99 per foot
DC2HMP
5-1/2″ x 1-1/4″ Crown Moulding with 1″ Dentil Species: Hard Maple. Priced by the linear foot in 8′ sticks with carton quantities of 56′. $14.91 per foot
DC2ALD
5-1/2″ x 1-1/4″ Crown Moulding with 1″ Dentil Species: Alder. Priced by the linear foot in 8′ sticks with carton quantities of 56′. $17.88 per foot
DC2OK
5-1/2″ x 1-1/4″ Crown Moulding with 1″ Dentil Species: Oak. Priced by the linear foot in 8′ sticks with carton quantities of 56′. $14.56 per foot
DC2CH
5-1/2″ x 1-1/4″ Crown Moulding with 1″ Dentil Species: Cherry. Priced by the linear foot in 8′ sticks with carton quantities of 56′. $23.68 per foot
Cove Crown
COV-6-POP
6″ x 3/4″ Cove Moulding, Species: Poplar 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′.
$8.81 per foot
COV-6-OK
6″ x 3/4″ Cove Moulding, Species: Oak 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′. $11.75 per foot
COV-6-HMP
6″ x 3/4″ Cove Moulding, Species: Hard Maple 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′. $13.78 per foot
COV-6-ALD
6″ x 3/4″ Cove Moulding, Species: Alder 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′. $13.15 per foot
COV-6-CH
6″ x 3/4″ Cove Moulding, Species: Cherry 
Priced by the linear foot and sold in 8′ sticks in cartons of 56′. $14.42 per foot
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What is Rubberwood?

Rubberwood comes from the Para Rubber Tree, Hevea Brasiliensis, which is plantation-grown and produces latex used in making rubber. Rubberwood is environmentally friendly. Once the trees reach maturity, (usually about 25-30 years old) it ceases providing latex. Rather than being scrapped or burned, those mature trees are harvested and cut into lumber and new trees panted. Rubber trees grow in Asia, Africa and South America. They can go over 40 meters high and live up to 100 years.

Rubberwood Plantation

Rubberwood has consistent grain and coloring. It is a light-colored medium-density hardwood that is characterized by straight grain with an open texture. Like all hardwoods, it takes on stain easily.

Rubberwood Corbel

Rubberwood is a stable construction material. It can be used to make many products due to tits minimal shrinkage in the Keln drying process. Some of those products include: Cabinets, Drawer Boxes, Floors, Counter and Table Tops, Furniture, Kitchen Accessories and more. Rubberwood is not suitable for outdoor use, as rain can leach the protective chemicals form the wood, hence exposing it to fungus attacks. It might also warp, not a good look, so make sure you keep it inside!

Beautiful Rubberwood Counterops

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All New Applique Styles

Let’s get started on those projects that you’ve been putting off for so long. Here are some fun ideas to embellish any woodworking project. They come in many different styles, sizes, and several different wood species to choose from. This is just a few to get your creative side flowing. Summer is almost here and the kids will be out of school soon, that’s the perfect time to complete some fun projects, and create some great bonding moments.




Acanthus Appliqué
Series No. PAPL-13-RW
3-5/8″ x 5/16″ x 4-1/4″ Acanthus Pressed Applique, Species:
Rubberwood $ 6.99
Series No. APL-13-CH
3-5/8″ x 3/4″ x 4-1/4″ Acanthus Applique, Species:
Cherry $20.35
Series NO. APL-13-MP
3-5/8″ x 3/4″ x 4-1/4″ Acanthus Applique, Species:
Maple $18.27





Fleur-de-Lis Appliqué Series No. APL14-4
PAPL-14RW Fleur-de-Lis Traditional Pressed
3-3/4″ x 5/16″ x 4-1/4″ Fleur-de-Lis Pressed Applique. Species: Rubberwood $6.41
3-3/4″ x 1/2″ x 4-1/8″ Fleur-de-Lis Applique, Species:
Alder $8.74
3-3/4″ x 1/2″ x 4-1/8″ Fleur-de-Lis Applique, Species:
Cherry $11.35
3-3/4″ x 1/2″ x 4-1/8″ Fleur-de-Lis Applique, Species:
Maple $9.67

Shell Appliqué
Series No. APL08
PAPL-08RW 3-1/4″ x 5/16″ x 4-3/8″ Pressed Shell Applique, Species:
Rubberwood $6.42
APL-08-CH 3-1/4″ x 5/8″ x 4-3/8″ Shell Applique, Species:
Cherry $17.20
APL-08-MP   3-1/4″ x 5/8″ x 4-3/8″ Shell Applique, Species:
Maple $16.10

Shell Appliqué

Series No. APL07
 PAPL-07 3-1/8″ x 5/16″ x 2-7/8″ Shell Pressed Applique, Species:
Rubberwood $6.32
APL-07-CH 3-1/8″ x 1/2″ x 2-7/8″ Shell Applique, Species:
Cherry $17.00
APL-07-MP 3-1/8″ x 1/2″ x 2-7/8″ Shell Applique, Species:
Maple $14.96

Shell Appliqué
Series No. APL09
PAPL-09RW 3-1/4″ x 5/16″ x 3-3/4″ Shell Pressed Applique, Species:
Rubberwood $5.18
APL-09-MP  3-1/4″ x 3/4″ x 3-3/4″ Shell Applique, Species:
Maple $17.71
APL-09-CH  3-1/4″ x 3/4″ x 3-3/4″ Shell Applique, Species:
Cherry $19.40

Left Acanthus Appliqué
Series No. APL-10L
PAPL-10-LRW 12-1/4″ X 5/16″ X 3″ Left Acanthus Pressed Applique, Species:
Rubberwood $8.38
APL-10-L-CH  12-1/4″ X 1/4″ X 3″ Left Acanthus Applique, Species:
Cherry $33.99
APL-10-L-MP  12-1/4″ X 1/4″ X 3″ Left Acanthus Applique, Species:
Maple $33.09

Right Acanthus Appliqué
Series No. APL-11R
PAPL-10-RRW 12-1/4″ X 5/16″ X 3″ Right Acanthus Pressed Applique, Species: Rubberwood $8.38
APL-11-R-CH  10-5/8″ X 1/4″ x 4″ Right Acanthus Applique, Species: Cherry $ 33.04
APL-11-R-MP  10-5/8″ X 1/4″ x 4″ Right Acanthus Applique, Species: Maple $30.18

Left Acanthus Appliqué
Series No. APL-11L
PAPL-10-LRW 12-1/4″ X 5/16″ X 3″ Left Acanthus Pressed Applique, Species: Rubberwood $8.38
APL-11-L-CH  10-5/8″ X 1/4″ x 4″ Left Acanthus Applique, Species:
Cherry $ 33.04
APL-11-L-MP  10-5/8″ X 1/4″ x 4″ Left Acanthus Applique, Species:
Maple $30.18

Right Acanthus Appliqué
Series No. APL-11R

PAPL-10-RRW 12-1/4″ X 5/16″ X 3″ Pressed Right Acanthus Applique, Species: Rubberwood $8.38
APL-11-R-CH  10-5/8″ X 1/4″ x 4″ Right Acanthus Applique, Species: Cherry $ 33.04

APL-11-R-MP  10-5/8″ X 1/4″ x 4″ Right Acanthus Applique, Species: Maple $ 30.18

Pressed Acanthus Left Corner Appliqué
Series No. PAPL12-LRW
PAPL-12-LRW -3/4″ x 5/16″ x 4-1/2″ Acanthus Left Corner Applique, Species: Rubberwood $ 5.99

Pressed Acanthus Right Corner Appliqué
Series No. PAPL12-RRW
PAPL-12-RRW  3-3/4″ x 5/16″ x 4-1/2″ Acanthus Right Corner Applique, Species: Rubberwood $5.99