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10-10-03, 02:50 PM   #1  
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Crown molding odd angle help

My first post!

I'm thinking of putting up some crown molding and while I have many questions, the only one I can't find an answer to is best asked with a picture.

Here's my problem.

In the picture above, the fireplace protrudes from the wall and has an angle on it. How on earth am I going to put up crown molding for that? Is that even possible? Thanks!

-spencer

 
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10-10-03, 08:10 PM   #2  
You can either kill it into the wall before you get there or install a block of some sort for it to rest on.

Tough luck.

 
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10-11-03, 01:05 AM   #3  
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The trim in my house does as Chfite recommends. It ends up against the sloped roof surfaces.

 
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10-14-03, 03:46 PM   #4  
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Thanks guys! I think I will kill it before the entire chimney wall and paint the wall a different colour to accent it. Now all I need is a nail gun.

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