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Crown Molding Corner Blocks Bring More To Your Project

Crown molding can really bring out the "impact" of a room and if done correctly, you can really enhance the look, feel, and value of the room and an entire home if you lace every room with molding. Many use the paper crowning which is essentially like putting a poster at the top of the walls to bring out the room with pretty pictures of any of millions of potential designs.

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Although the paper decor is interesting to look at and can really enhance a room's crown (ceiling to wall connection), crown molding is much more impactful and amazing to look at. Crown molding is 3 dimensional light statue like material that you usually have to install by nailing in due to the weight.

Although they make this incredibly light some of them are pretty heavy for glue. Other crown molding is designed using foam as a super light weight but realistic looking material. People won't realize it's cheap and light material and will assume it was built into the home from the beginning.

If you have those hard corners in your crown as most homes do, you will want to put some seamless but authentic looking crown molding corner blocks in there. These are corner pieces that are designed to fit together seamlessly to create a continuous look that doesn't look choppy.

Some are designed to give the corner a rounded look and feel for an "oval office" sort of feel. The designs available are pretty amazing to look at from deep roman aesthetics to modern or new age concepts that can bring your home into the 22nd century and beyond.

With the right cleaver planning, you can use crown molding to enhance your property's value. Older homes can utilize crown molding and crown molding corner blocks to really enhance and update it's appeal to a more modern (or a nice antique roman) look and feel

This molding is actually quite affordable and easy to install. It's almost so easy that you can't really screw it up! It can make all the difference in the look of a room, especially one with vaulted ceilings!








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