What molding is
Moldings for architectural interiors used to be applied to the borders between partitions and ceilings, but their application is expanding with diversification of products and applications for various unique interiors and art walls in homes and commercial spaces, including hotels and shops. Today, interior moldings are essential for antique or classical style spaces.
Different types of interior moldings include the most preferred PS (polystyrene) as well as MDF wrapping, wood, painted MDF, urethane, and plaster. PS moldings, in particular, were introduced to the market only 4-5 years ago, but they have become the major materials for decorative moldings. PS moldings are produced through PS extrusion, embossing process, and hot stamping film. In addition to the fact that PS has an appearance similar to wood, it allows endless possibility of color expression, liberal designs, and cost-efficiency to replace wood in the world’s interior design market.
The benefit of PS moldings is its liberal application. These days, interior designers are using their creativity to bring new light to decorative moldings and make PS molding highly popular in the market. PS moldings can be combined with mirrors and furniture based on the creative ideas of designers and users or can even transform a wall into a frame with decorative wallpapers.