Applied Molding Cabinet Doors
Applied Molding Cabinet Doors take cabinetry to the next level of customization. Using an Applied Molding on cabinet doors can help differentiate your project from others that use more basic designs. Our moldings allow for more intricate details, and the stylish profiles add depth to the design. WalzCraft offers over 100 different applied moldings ranging from sleek and simple to bold and elaborate and everything in between, including over a dozen Beaded & Rope Moldings. All Applied Moldings are hand fit and applied by our experienced craftsmen with fine attention to detail. We are proud to not only offer the largest variety of standard options, but also a level of quality that is unparalleled in the industry.
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Applied Molding Applications
Applied Moldings can be applied to doors in a variety of ways, allowing you to choose the level of customization for your project. When ordering Applied Molding Doors, please specify the placement of the molding to ensure your order is constructed to taste. Below are descriptions of various Standard Applications available for Applied Moldings.
Inside Edge Applied Molding Application Examples
Moldings applied to the Inside Edge of the Stiles & Rails have a rabbet cut allowing the outside portion of the molding to sit on the Face of the Stiles & Rails, while the inside portion sits on the center panel. The molding is attached to the Stiles & Rails rather than the Center Panel, so as the panel contracts and expands there is no stress placed on the molding. View All Inside Edge Applied Molding Applications here.
Shelf Applied Moldings are utilized to create a unique profile design, where the placement of the molding creates an appearance being one with the outer edge of the Center Panel or inside Stile & Rail profile. Applying molding directly to a Center Panel increases any risk for the molding to detach itself during seasonal changes as the Center Panel expands, as well as creating a gap between the molding and frame when the panel contracts. To combat these problems, WalzCraft attaches custom-designed moldings to a small shelf on the Stiles & Rails. Shelf applied moldings are used in a variety of ways as explained below, each creating a distinctive look.
View All Shelf Applied Molding Applications here.
Basic Shelf Applied Molding Application Example
WalzCraft’s SR117, SR122, SR135, SR136 and SR138 Stile & Rail profiles are designed specifically to fit a variety of Shelf Applied Moldings, making it easy for you to enhance the design of the inside edge of your door.
SR 133 Shelf Applied Molding Application Example
WalzCraft’s SR 133 Stile & Rail profile is a unique shelf profile with the face of the shelf being shorter than on the back side of the Stile & Rail. This construction allows compatibility between certain Shelf Applied Moldings and Center Panels that would otherwise be incompatible.
Old World Shelf Applied Molding Application Example
Old World Stiles & Rails are 1” thick, giving a heavier feel to the door. Please note that some profiles not available in ¾” thick options.
Shelf Applied Molding Application Example for Mitered Stiles & Rails
WalzCraft also offers Mitered profiles with a built in shelf designed to hold Applied Moldings. This adds further dimension to our already beautiful Mitered profile designs.
Face of Stile & Rail Applied Molding Application Examples
Applied Moldings can be set on the face of the Stile & Rail to add height & depth detail to an existing Stile & Rail profile at the face of a door. Face Applied Moldings are commonly used in conjunction with WalzCraft’s SR107 profile, and can be combined with most other Traditional Stile & Rail profiles as well. View All Face of Stile & Rail Applied Molding Applications here.
Recessed Applied Molding (RAM Rout) Examples
A Recessed Applied Molding Rout is a recessed groove that is added to the face of a Mitered profile. Rope or Beaded Molding can then be recessed into the groove, with the additional option of adding Corner Blocks to transition the recessed molding to prevent mismatched profiles where corners meet. In this application the molding will be flush with the face of the mitered Stiles & Rails. (RAM Routs are only available on Mitered and French Mitered Doors). View All Recessed Applied Molding (RAM Rout) Applications here.
Rope, Beaded and Egg & Dart Applied Moldings
Rope Applied Molding Examples
Adding a Rope Applied Molding to your door design can help you create that one of a kind look your customers so often expect. WalzCraft offers both Half Round and Quartered Rope Applied Moldings in several sizes, giving you the option to make the rope a standout or subtle accent to a door. Below are several examples of how Rope Applied Molding can be incorporated into a door design. Click on the individual images to view full specifications for each design. View All Quartered Round Rope Moldings. View All Half Round Rope Moldings here.
Embossed and Carved Beaded Applied Molding Examples
WalzCraft offers 3/16“ Embossed Beaded Molding that can be used as a Shelf Applied Molding with our SR117 and SR135 Stile & Rail Profiles for Traditional Mortise & Tenon Doors or our MP651 and MP615 Mitered Stile & Rail profiles for Mitered and French Mitered Doors. Below are several examples of how Embossed and Carved Beaded Applied Molding can be incorporated into a door design. Click on the individual images to view full specifications for each design. View All Embossed and Carved Beaded Applied Molding Options here.
Egg & Dart Applied Molding Examples
WalzCraft offers 13/32” and ¾” Egg & Dart Moldings which can be incorporated into a door design to provide a rich, exclusive look. Below are two examples of how Egg & Dart Applied Molding can be incorporated into a door design. Click on the individual images to view full specifications for each design. View All Egg & Dart Applied Molding Options here.
Corner Block Molding Examples
Corner Block Moldings are used with Beaded and Rope Moldings as an added decorative piece. Corner Blocks also prevent mismatched profiles where 2 pieces of Rope or Beaded Molding meet together at a corner transition. Below are two examples of how Corner Blocks can be used with Rope Applied Molding. Click on the individual images to view full specifications for each design. View All Corner Block Molding Applications here.
Several Applied Moldings are available on Curved Products. WalzCraft offers a variety of profiles and application options for both Convex & Concave Doors and Drawer Fronts. Throughout our product literature, a indicates moldings that are available with Curved Products.
Applied Moldings for Doors with Shaped Rails
Although Applied Moldings are traditionally only available on square framed doors, WalzCraft offers this option on dozens of door styles with one or more shaped rails as well as Quarter & Half Circle Doors. These doors are great options if you are looking to create a wow-factor in your design. View All Applied Molding profile numbers that are compatible with shaped rails.