Crown Molding Shelf

By Robert Robillard

Crown Molding Shelves Secured with a French Cleat Crown molding shelves have become more and more popular these days to display nick knacks and pictures.  Building a Crown molding shelf can intimidate many people only because of the miter cuts needed to return the crown molding to the wall. I like to make my crown…

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Installing Crown Molding To Metal Studs

By Robert Robillard

Image: installcrown.com Installing crown molding in commercial spaces often brings up the concern of steel studs. Installing crown molding to metal studs seem to be the norm in more and more condos that we work in as well. Hand nailing crown molding into steel studs does not work and using an air gun makes for…

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How to Make a Crown Molding Jig

By Robert Robillard

How To Cut Crown Molding Recently I was installing crown molding and was having trouble holding the crown molding which was affecting the accuracy of my cuts.To make this job easier I constructed a crown molding jig for my miter saw. This allowed me to place the crown molding in the jig snug, which allowed…

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Tips On Installing Crown Molding Lighting

By Robert Robillard

Crown Molding Lighting Installing crown molding lighting in any room greatly enhances a homes decor. Using rope lighting in combination with crown moldings is a great way to provide accent lighting and aesthetic beauty. In the picture below, the crown molding, was used to distinguish the transition for the barrel ceiling and wall as well…

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Installing Crown Molding

By Robert Robillard

Crown Molding Basics   Crown molding is a decorative trim piece the sits on an angle, and is used to cover transitions between surfaces for decoration. It is installed where the walls and the ceilings meet. They can either be plain or sprung. It is typically made from solid milled wood or plaster but may…

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