A bit about shoe molding, tips on designing interior trim and molding.
Author: Jon Peters Art & Home
Thanks. Good info.
great video , some times there is no finish point at stairs ect .. so you can return the cap, base and shoe to its self with an internal 45 either back to the wall or to the floor
It really comes together beautifully! The small details really add up together to make it look nice!
Hey Jon, you made me look at my shoe moldings that were in my house when I bought it. All 45s cut back. I like the back banding idea so much more. Just found another project to do. Thanks! I think. Lol. Thanks for videos as usual. Bob F
Beautiful work as always! I’ve been remolding my 1940’s home and your videos have been so helpful in giving me that touch of class/professional look that us amateur’s lack
Hey Jon, great video. Quick Question. I am in the process of installing 5-1/4″ pine base boards to a floated engineered floor. Discovered today that I have dips in some of the floor creating gaps under the base. I never wanted to have any shoe molding but now I am realizing that that may not be possible. Other than scribing every board are there any tricks on how to avoid shoe molding or am I stuck?
The little details can often times make or break a project. Great tips Jon.
True Craftsman! How fortunate your customers are to find you!
You need to wear a microphone, there is to much echo.
Great tips! I am just starting the process of creating a house plan for molding as we tackle projects room by room. I’m putting together a story board so the house stays consistent. Any ideas for door casing with a low ceiling?
Great stuff. I would like to see you make a kitchen table.
very good information to know for renovations a new build. I see the big difference attending to detail makes. Thank you Jon.
I like the felt pads on the nail gun to prevent scratches on the finished floor. Sign of a real pro to think of something like that.
What is the height of the shoe molding? And how high is the baseboard? Just trying to figure out a right proportion. We have a 6″ high baseboard with a 1″ cap so 7″ overall. Just a simple square craftsman style. I’m thinking this would complete the look better than a rounded shoe. Thanks!
what is the purpose of shoe molding?
Great trim details and a great presentation – I’m really enjoying all of your videos.
This is how I load my nail gun https://youtu.be/3jSqS426uDw
Looks freaking amazing. The guys who did my house were GARBAGE.
Sweet, I’m never 1st. Now let’s watch the video.
Man that looks very good
Im using woodprix instructions to make it and I do it already 🙂
Nice video & tips Jon – liked and subscribed!
Awesome. Great tips. Thank you.
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Thanks! This helped a lot!!
Thank you. Quite helpful.
Very informative Jon, and a very nice job indeed on the mantle – I hope your clients realise how lucky they are to have commissioned you. I am, of course, assuming that this wasn’t a “love job” – of which, I am sure, you have more than your fair share. 😉
Thanks for the excellent lesion. Great tips and I am in love with your channel. Nothing but great stuff!
As with all your videos, nicely done. Was looking forward to the shop video, but this was a nice surprise.