Facade decoration is used to create an aesthetic and individual look of the building with the help of polystyrene foam molding with a special coating. The assortment of molding includes more than two hundred elements. Each detail has its own name and place on the facade. The main elements of facade decoration, which are used to decorate buildings in a classical style:
Eaves. Depending on the location, they are attic, mezzanine and basement. The cornice on the facade is a linear decorative element that frames the house along the entire perimeter.
Columns. The facade with columns looks solid and majestic. Columns with a round, square or shaped section are used as functional elements to support balconies, canopies, observation decks.
Semi-columns. These are facade elements that repeat the shape of columns, but at the same time protrude beyond the plane of the wall by 20-50 cm.
Pilasters. This is the name given to flat vertical protrusions, similar in design to semi-columns. Pilasters on the facade are usually placed between windows along the entire height of the building.
Molding. Molding on the facade is a decorative element that looks like a three-dimensional strip. Moldings are used for the decorative design of external walls, they give the building a more expressive, complete and neat appearance.
Rusts. Rusts or bosses are square or rectangular elements located at the corners of the facade. Rusts on the facade perform two functions at once – they decorate and protect the corners of the building.
Locks. These are separate elements of decorative facade decoration, which are used to frame window openings and doors, and are used in the upper part.
Sills. They not only perform an aesthetic function, but also provide drainage of condensate from the windows.
Complex use of facade decoration will ensure a unique look of your house, give it refinement and individuality.