Do you know wood finials? Wooden finials are decorative ornaments, architectural used for high office, the corners of the ceiling, domes and other structures. Columns can also be decorative, but usually functional arches and porches support, among other things. Columns can be topped by a rosette if they are not supporting anything. Both auctions and columns can be decorated on a permanent or temporary.
Large wooden finials and columns can be stained with wood stain or paint. Many have intricate details that lend themselves well to painting. The tops and columns that are already finished with a sealer must be sanded them first before dyeing them. After applying the wood stain, finished with a sealer or varnish that protects exterior shots and columns from the weather. If you plan to paint, apply a primer after sand. The painting does not need to be sealed or painted.
Celebrate the season by decorating their wooden finials and columns, with a seasonal decoration. A smiling scarecrow leaning on his column with a lot of pumpkins at the base is a way to welcome fall. Wrap a green garland interspersed with red poinsettias around Christmas columns, and place a small wreath around each auction.