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If you are thinking about adding a distinctive and classic touch to your home décor, adding columns is the perfect choice. After deciding to install columns inside or outside your home, there are various decisions you will have to make. Read More Read Less
First, you will have to choose the proper location for your columns. Even decorative columns should appear as if they are performing some type of supportive function. Next, you should select the material of the column. There are a number of column materials to choose from; however, as far as design and materials are concerned fiberglass columns are the most popular. Decorative Columns Whether your decorative column will be for aesthetic or supportive purposes, or both, your home will undergo a dramatic change. Decorative columns enhance the décor of any home. For centuries, columns have adorned private homes as decorative, structural, and load bearing columns sustaining a wall or roof. Classical decorative rudiments, such as fluting, molding, egg and dart, and flowery medallions, give decorative columns an opulent appearance that beautifies any room. Besides standard designs to choose from, you have a fantastic selection of modern columns as well. These decorative columns are as diverse as traditionally inspired columns to extraordinary ornate designs and detail. A delicately crafted decorative column is just as much a work of art as a supporting column. Decorative column materials are varied. You can find PVC column wraps, diverse polymers, and fiberglass, to skillfully carved wood, such as pallid pine or deep walnut, and much more. Whether your column will be incorporated into your home to complement a wood interior or accent a painted wall, the potential is infinite. Fiberglass Columns The most frequently used material by builders and architects for decorative columns are fiberglass columns because they emanates an engaging presence that is more enduring than wood columns. The same as wood, fiberglass columns can be found in both round and square shapes with a selection of fluted or smooth surfaces. Today, fiberglass columns are produced not only for aesthetic purposes or to imitate traditional column forms, but they are sturdy enough to function as an edifice for load-bearing purposes. Fiberglass columns merge pioneering technology with classical designs to create products that add style and sophistication to homes. In addition, they add style and sophistication to any room while providing supreme strength and durability. Borrowing from the long-term, classic designs of Roman and Greek architecture, fiberglass columns can be found in multiple sizes. They are idyllic for either interior or exterior usage in applications such as pillars, porches, decorative columns, balconies, courtyards, gazebos, decks, and fireplaces. Fiberglass material columns can be divided in half for use as column wraps, covers, pilasters or pole covers to wrap unbecoming Lally columns or support post. The most popular fiberglass columns are round fluted, plain round, plain square, and square fluted columns. In addition to being exquisite, fiberglass columns can be painted and shaped to any customized request. Other benefits of fiberglass are its waterproof, pest, and impact resistance properties.