Chadsworth’s 1.800.COLUMNS Authentic Replication Columns and Pilasters

WILMINGTON, N.C., June, 2006 Chadsworth’s 1.800.COLUMNS Authentic Replication Columns and Pilasters were featured in “The Toolbox” in the May issue of Walls & Ceilings Magazine.  The Authentic Replication Columns are from Chadsworth’s Premier Custom Collection.  The company replicates ‘classical specifications’ by integrating the original formulas with computerized technology to achieve a precisely proportioned finished product.  The columns are made from the finest wood available (Western Red Cedar, Clear Heart Redwood, mahogany, teak), with plain or fluted shafts.  They are available in the following sizes:  from 8″ x 8′ up to 20″ x 22′.  The load-bearing columns may be used for interior or exterior projects.

 

“Columns add classical interest to any design,” says Jeffrey L. Davis, the Founder and Principle Designer of Chadsworth’s 1.800.COLUMNS, “and accent the crown molding in any room.”

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Columns Chosen One of the Most Requested Products by Walls & Ceilings Magazine

WILMINGTON, N.C., February 11, 2005Walls & Ceilings Magazine chose Chadsworth’s 1.800.COLUMNS Authentic Replication Plain Roman Doric Columns and Pilasters with Roman Doric Bases as one of the 20 most requested products, along with the company’s literature for 2004.

The columns and pilasters add weight without mass, creating a dramatic flow from one space into another, as well as adding architectural interest.

Chadsworth’s Authentic Replication Columns are made from the finest wood available (Western Red Cedar, Clear Heart Redwood, mahogany, teak), with plain or fluted shafts.  Columns are available in the following sizes: from 8”x 8’ up to 20”x 22’.  The load-bearing columns may be used for interior or exterior projects.

The company meticulously replicates classical specifications by using computerized technology to achieve a precisely proportioned finished product.

“We are seeing more interest in traditional home design,” says Walls & Ceilings Managing Editor, John Wyatt, and we rely on Chadsworth to keep us abreast of what they see as market trends.”