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The Benefits Of Plastic Corner Molding

Many rooms in the home can be upgraded with simple to do yet impactful additions. Something as simple as adding crown molding to the top of your walls and updating the many fixtures in the home can make a big impact. If your tired of the square room with the sharp 90 degree angles, you can install crown molding that's designed to add some flavor to the room.

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With the plastic corner molding pieces, you can break sharp corners and give the room a more rounded look that is less drastic but more drastic in how different it feels when you look around.

The living room is the most popular place to add molding to, but many add it to the kitchen, dining rooms, even down the hallway to keep a continuity look in the place. Each type of room can utilize the same molding design, or you could change it up in the different major rooms to keep the variety there.

You will likely want to make them all basically in the same or similar design so your brain doesn't switch channels every time you change rooms. Good crown molding with plastic corner molding pieces can have several basic designs that complement one another and don't shock you into a fully different look each time you enter the room.

If your into having several highly segmented room styles, that can work too. In the end it's a matter of preference. It may not be a good idea to try to use two different types of molding in the same room, unless again, they compliment one another seamlessly. Crown molding in the bathroom will likely be apples and oranges compared to the ones in the hall, rooms, and living room.

The bathroom generally has a smaller, skinnier molding, and it must be water proof due to the constant steam from the shower or when you're running a hot bath. It's not required even for fashion sense to have all the same molding or even the same color - in different rooms that is - so if you are feeling adventurous, create a bunch of different looks and see how it feels.








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