Photo: Waller Street Victorian - San Francisco, CA
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Sample Spandrel Patterns
These are only samples. We can match any profile.

On a covered porch, the space between the porch posts on the ceiling was a great place for designers of Victorian homes to decorate. Thus the spandrel was born. The spandrel is a primarily decorative element, and early versions looked similar to a ladder running horizontally between the tops of the columns. Eventually the spandrel was expanded to include turnings, curved elements, and decorative fretwork. Because it is primarily decorative, spandrel designs are limited only by the designer's imagination.

Spandrel PatternsSpindle Patterns



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