MATERIAL: Architectural Stone Moulding

MATERIAL: Architectural Stone Moulding

From ancient Greece and the Roman Empire to today’s modern Architecture, mouldings have been used for centuries to enhance both the structural and aesthetic elements of walls, doorways, windows, cabinets and many exterior applications. Today moulding is everywhere, and has become essential for the graceful transition of depth versus height, while providing elegance to any project.

Our selection of durable and luxurious natural stone is an ideal material for moulding. Explore the sophisticated look of Charcoal and Pewter Limestone, consider polished Marble for a formal style or Travertine for a more rustic aesthetic.

Popular Mouldings To Create From Natural Stone


Joins the wall and trim in most homes.


Joins the ceiling and wall. You can use crown moulding to add dimension and grandeur to the spacious rooms with high ceilings. Limestone and Marble are excellent choices for this.


Add a stunning finishing touch to your indoor fireplace and shower floors or add definition with an exterior window and door surround.


Installed between the baseboard and chair rail to protect the wall and add flair to your space.


Add charm to your living and dining rooms.


A traditional interior and exterior architectural component found on the façade of buildings.

MATERIAL Bespoke Stone + Tile offers these styles in several popular finishes including honed, polished, antico, and chateau.

Mouldings create beautiful, eye-catching transitions. At MATERIAL, we provide world-class architectural stone and moulding for your design project. For inquiries about customization, visit one of our showrooms or contact our stone design experts.


Heritage Ceiling (Crown) Moulding



Mediterranean Chair Rail Moulding



Heritage Baseboard



Mouldings: Mid-Century Case, Chair Rail, and Panel in Danby Marble
Floor: Breccia Azul Marble
Wall: Breccia Azul Marble

Mouldings: East Coast Crown, Panel, and Base in Nero Marble
Floor: Danby Marble

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