Moldings & Trims


Moldings and Trims
The following are examples of molding and trims and their uses that can give your hardwood flooring project a completed look.

Threshold
Used to provide a transition from other surfaces to hardwood flooring; most commonly carpet and ceramic tile.

Johnson Hardwood Threshold



Reducer
Provides a gradual transition from one surface to another. Reducers come in multiple sizes to accomodate the best fit.

 
 Johnson Hardwood Reducer Molding

Quarter Round
Can be used as a trim piece to cover the expansion space between baseboards and hardwood flooring. Quater Round molding can also be used as a transition from cabinetry to hardwood flooring.
Johnson Hardwood Quarter Round

Stair Nose
Used to cover exposed edges on stairs and landings. Stair Nose comes in a variety of sizes and shapes to accomodate a best fit.
 
Johnson Hardwood Stairnose Molding

T-Molding
Acts as a seam between surfaces that are the same thickness or height. Generally seen used for doorways and borders.
Johnson Hardwood T-Molding

Trim for Rowlock Plus
The following are suggestions for the trims of the Rowlock Plus. Trims come in one form and colors are not specific to one color on the Rowlock Plus line.