Not every room has instant architectural interest, but you can create a dynamic look by installing molding that is reasonably priced, paintable and offered at any home improvement center. Here are just a few of the many affordable ways installing molding and trim can give a space an expensive look. 

  • Add crown molding to a room, and you also add pedigree. Profiles range from simple to elaborate, and some can create the illusion of a sculpted ceiling.
  • Install a chair rail to add elegance and definition to a space. This element also creates the opportunity to marry two complementary colors or a solid color and pattern for additional visual interest.
  • Use a small crown molding and parallel trim piece to make a frieze along the top perimeter of a room, and paint a border design or apply texture or an allover pattern between the boundaries.
  • Installing Molding and Trim: Five Easy WaysApply beautiful pieces of wallpaper directly to a wall and then trim out with decorative molding for a pretty framed-art effect. Or swap in solid color as a backdrop to a collection of framed photos or other keepsakes.
  • Change a room’s mood by installing molding and painting with colors from a tone-on-tone palette or by using contrasting colors for dramatic effect.
Installing molding is also becoming simpler as smart manufacturing ratchets down the skill levels required. For example, So Simple Crown Molding is made out of foam and can be help in place with just caulk. Plus, all corners are pre-cut which eliminates the most difficult crown molding installation step, cutting a compound-miter corner.

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Installing crown

Crown molding can beautify any room. But installing it is not as easy as some of these videos would depict. Every home probably doesn't have two corners, inside or out, that are alike. Therefor making your miter cuts look clean and tight can be a little tricky, not to mention the occasional bow in the wall or ceiling. I have never seen nor installed crown that can be installed with caulk so I don't know that much about it.
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