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By looking at building details such as wood profiles and moldings you can get clues to the history of the house and more easily date renovations etc. Lots of people are also interested in the profiles that were typical during the particular period that their own home was built in order to restore and get as close to the original as possible. Although there are obviously variations, we have compiled an overview of the different trends that existed regarding window and door liners in different eras around the turn of the century.
Figure 2 shows the profiles of time-typical trims for different eras. From the left:
1850-1900 Neo-Renaissance: Wide and extremely richly profiled moldings became the highest fashion.
1900-1910 Art Nouveau: Lining and moldings are still relatively wide, about 11-12 cm and the Art Nouveau style is formed by a undulating waveform with several smaller bead profiles on the inner and outer edges.
1910-1920 National romance: The trims are a bit simpler compared to previous decades. The common width is around 10 cm. Now it also becomes popular with the same profiles on both sides.
1920s classicism: Door and window linings are now even narrower than during the 10s, usually between 7-9 cm. The profiles are even simpler and are often of pearl model.
Here you will find all our door and window linings. Should you not find the one you are looking for, there is always the opportunity to create a new profile according to your wishes.