Introduction To Crown Molding
The crown molding was first used by the ancient Egyptians to decorate house exteriors as well as columns.The crown molding adds depth and formality to a room’s plain walls and it has grown to be one of the most desirable architectural additions over the years.
Crown molding is a simple and affordable approach to increasing the value and beauty of your house. You can give any area a fashionable update with a minimum set of tools and some basic carpentry skills.
What Is Crown Molding?
The crown molding is a decorative component that is placed at the junction of the wall and the ceiling. These molding is commonly referred to as a cornice.
It is also sometimes used over kitchen cabinets, doors, and windows. The crown molding can also be used to provide aesthetic appeal to bookcases or cupboards, as well as to conceal wires.
It gets its name due to the fact that it mostly stands up in higher places, like a crown. Molding basically comes in plaster or wood, although it can also be found in many other materials like polyurethane.
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