Ceiling molding

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Old 11-14-00, 09:53 AM
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I would like to 'finish' the walls in my bedroom by applying ceiling/wall molding. How do you attach the molding to the wall? And how can I avoid having to cut the corners at 45 degrees?
 
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Old 11-20-00, 03:06 PM
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Missy:

Traditional crown or bed moulding at the ceiling is nailed in place.

There is no way I know of to avoid the angle cut - actually you'll also need a coping saw to finish the installation.

This may be a project you need to hire out...

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Old 11-20-00, 06:29 PM
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Hi there,

If you want the effect of crown molding maybe you can use Licrusta or anaglypta borders. The borders are embossed and can be glazed which is quite a nice effect.
Another option would be to bring the ceiling color down, maybe 6" or so. This method will also give you the "feeling" of crown molding.
If you have a qusetion on "glazing" you can check on www.fauxacademy.com

Hope this helps

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fauxfinish
 
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