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Looking for narrow midcentury-style baseboards

Posted by mcmjilly (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 20, 11 at 19:35

I'm doing some work on my house and need to replace some of the baseboards. The house is from the 1950's with original trim. The baseboards are narrow. Maybe 2 inches tall with no embellishment. Oak. All I can find are frou-frou tall baseboards with curves. Does anyone know where I can find something more in keeping with the style of my house? Oak baseboards that are 2 inches tall and that lack any sort of decorative carving.


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RE: Looking for narrow midcentury-style baseboards

We have been doing some renovating of our mid-century modern home (1959) and needed to replace some oak baseboard. Our GC went to a local mill to have it milled. It was more expensive than the box stores but not terribly so.

Hope this helps.

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