Architectural mouldings are used in every interior design project – from the humble plastic / ‘wood effect’ cornice and skirting boards sold at hardware stores and used in DIY projects to the ornately carved hard wood, stone and marble architectural mouldings in listed buildings, stately homes, and cathedrals.
In recent years, there has been a new trend in world of architectural mouldings – cast lead crystal glass! Our studios are increasingly fielding enquiries for cast glass architectural mouldings and we have a number of ongoing live projects at super prime London private residences with the specification.
From wall panels, skirting, cornices, dado rails, architraves and fireplaces the possibilities of decorative glass really are endless!
Glass Architectural Moulding: Skirting
Cast Lead Crystal Glass Fireplace
Glass Architectural Mouldings
Architectural Moulding: Wide Reeded Columns
As with everything we do at Daedalian, precision and quality is what we strive for. Our edges and joins are extremely accurate allowing for a 1-2mm tolerance, ensuring there are no slightly rounded edges where two pieces of glass meet so the glass fits together perfectly.
We are completely bespoke so all our cast mouldings can be customised by silvering, antiquing, polishing, chill marks, or keeping the glass clear.
Examples of Architectural Moulding
In the past few years, many of London’s landmark hospitality refurbishment projects have included cast glass architectural mouldings. These include: Annabel’s Mayfair, Oswalds Club and 5 Hertford Street.
Complete the look: Silvered Mirror Wall Cladding
Daedalian also has an inhouse silvering workshop. From wall cladding to architectural moulded glass, we can work with you to create a beautiful bespoke antique mirror finish. See below for some inspiration!
If you would like to discuss the specification of decorative glass for your projects, or if any of our designs caught your eye and you would like a little more information, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44 (0)1253 702531.