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Pediment be gone; Molding update, Guest

18 May 2010

I love moldings, I think they make the house, and while obviously in the picture below they were trying to be grand and impressive, it is maybe... uhem, just a little over the top, So, here is how Heather of Our Life in a Click fixed the pediment without any impediments... (sorry I had to!)

Recently I posted this asking what you would have done with that.

Well, here's what we did.  Added a more simple header and changed out the side moldings too.

We also added a coordinating molding over the front door to tie it all together. 

What do you think?  Did we do the right thing?  I think it's definitely more our style.  

Yes!  You did the right thing, 
although I hoped you saved those other moldings to reuse on something...
But, maybe I am too much of a building materials pack-rat!


Lisa May 18, 2010 at 7:22 PM  

Nice job, looks so much better! That pediment - was a little too much!

Leslie, the Home Maker May 18, 2010 at 8:46 PM  

Wow. The pediment reminds me of the tour I took of Mount Vernon!
It's definitely better after!!!
Blessings to you as you make your home!

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