How to Make Crown Molding Corners?

Answer Cutting crown molding corners is not exactly easy, even professionals think it's one of the more difficult tasks involving crown molding. A crown molding piece generally lays on a wall at a 45 degr... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Make Crown Molding Corners

What angle do you need to cut crown molding to fit in the corners?

The cut of the angle required for corner crown molding pieces depends on the placement of the molding and the angle of the wall. Inner corners measure 0 to 180 degrees, and outer corners measure 18... Read More »

How do I cut crown molding inside corners?

Set the Miter SawMeasure the angle of the inside corner by placing an adjustable protractor in the corner, pushing both sides against the walls that frame in the corner. Refer to a miter saw table ... Read More »

How to Install Crown Molding Inside Corners?

Crown molding can be difficult for homeowners to install because the many different angles on crown molding can make it easy to get confused while cutting the inside and outside corners. Learning h... Read More »

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 »