Window Stool And Apron
Stools can be made from a number of different materials.
Window stool and apron. Then cut returns and glue them in. Set your store to see local availability add to cart. Primed mdf window stool moulding model 10026963 9 41 9 41. Then place the stool over the apron and sill and nail it into both with 6d finish nails.
Vinyl window sill model p724s. Start by cutting a 45 degree miter on each end. It is flat and extends from the bottom rail of a sash inward. Cut a 3 4 x 3 1 2 in.
Stool apron dimensions on trimming out a window the standard sil horn i go with gets a 1 reveal past the casing both on the end and out off the face of the casing. If the stool has a bullnose edge add the extension of the bullnose twice that s the amount the bullnose extends beyond the bottom of the stool. If the sil is a pre made sil with a fancy profile it gets returned. See more ideas about moldings and trim window trim craftsman trim.
Woodgrain millwork timeless craftsman 45stl 11 16 in. Finally add the stool reveal. Sill rite standard streamline 4 in. Snug the mitered apron against the bottom of the stool and nail it to the framing under the window.
Sill rite standard streamline 4 in. Sep 1 2016 explore thomas rosquin s board window stool sill followed by 225 people on pinterest. Cut and install the apron then install the stool. Mark for the long point of the miters by resting the apron on the stool and making marks where the outside edges of the casings intersect the apron material.
Apron that extends to the casing marks and nail it use 8d finish nails to the framing behind the drywall and the windowsill. First add twice the thickness of the cove molding that projects past the edge of the apron once for each end of the apron. Woodgrain millwork timeless craftsman 45stl 11 16 in. The stool is a part of the window that is inside the house not outside.
If its just 3 4 or 1 stock with a small round over ill cut it to length and round over the ends. Primed mdf window stool moulding model 10026963 9 41 9 41. Set your store to see local availability add to cart. While there is no standard width for a sill the stool at least in older homes was usually three to four inches wide.