How to Cope Crown Molding?

Answer Coping your crown molding is the only foolproof method for creating those smooth, tight inside corners that give any room an upscale look. The technique to cope a crown molding is easy to learn and... Read More »

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What's the difference between crown molding and cove molding?

Crown Molding usually consists of a 90 degree angle placed in the crease of wall and then cove molding usually is a plain design and and consists of about 1/2 inch thick and only contains the angle... Read More »

Is it crown moulding or crown molding?

The correct spelling is crown molding. Crown molding is a decorative wood trim placed between the top of the wall and the ceiling. It is typically used for decoration and to cover blemishes and dry... Read More »

How to Cut Crown Molding?

Crown moulding will enhance the look of a room that generally has the typical square wall meets flat overhead design. There are many moulded shapes of crown moulding but they are all cut to fit at ... Read More »

How to Install 38/52 Crown Molding?

Crown molding is commonly found in many households, and is used to add style and elegance to a home. It is typically found along the tops of walls in living rooms and kitchens. Crown molding is one... Read More »