Baseboard Molding Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor Pretty much all of our Shoe Moulding (including this one) is 1/4" thick x 3/4" tall. Not only is it a decorative element, it serves a practical purpose too. By using a shoe moulding, we can hide any gaps between the finished floors and the baseboard.
Diagram shows a combination that’s very common in Craftsman houses. The crown has the cyma found in classical architecture but is simpler than the crown moldings of Victorian and Colonial times. Trim around doors and windows is normally very simple and flat, with eased edges, although header caps are frequently used, as shown here. Some designs have plinth blocks, as shown below, or the door trim extends straight and flush to the floor. A base shoe shown, the baseboard just has an eased edge