When you see architectural cornice below roofs and above windows and doors, it's hard to believe that a simple horizontal projection can do so much to enhance the visual appeal of a building. Cornice has been used as an architectural design feature for centuries, and the word literally means "ledge." Architectural cornice may, by strictest definition, simply be a "ledge," but the drama it can add to buildings makes it a design feature worth considering. Architectural cornice not only looks great, but can also help protect buildings. With some great architectural cornice, your energy bills will be lower and your building will be less likely to become stained or faded.
At Stromberg, we have installed architectural cornice for customers throughout the world. We offer an impressive selection of stock designs. Some are very simple, while others consist of several layers, making the architectural cornice a focal point of the building once installed. Experimenting with a combination of finishes can give architectural cornice a unique look. Whether you're searching for ultra-modern, understated, or classical cornice, one of Stromberg's designs may work for you. If not, we also offer custom cornice. Bring us your ideas, and we'll develop a one-of-a-kind custom cornice just for you.