When a simply elegant column is required, consider the Tuscan.
The Tuscan wood column is understated in from and timelessly attractive.
The Tuscan column is the last of the five columns within the Greco-Roman order. The Tuscan is considered a secondary order.
It is one of two column styles derived from the ancient Greek orders by later Roman architects.
The Tuscan column includes a Doric base and a smooth and unfluted shaft.
The upper portion of the shaft is encircled with an astragal ring.
The Tuscan capital consists of a flared neck crowned with a square plinth.