Level up your walls to create an uplifting aesthetic in every room of your home with crown molding. Crown transforms any room in your home to a space filled with elegance and personality. Designed to sit at an angle between the wall & ceiling crown molding caps off your entire interior look, elevating the room’s stature, a benefit that adds value to your home.

Whether your project is a new construction, renovation or a period home restoration there’s a huge variety of crown molding from simple design profiles to incredibly ornate. Stock profiles are most affordable and readily available. For a cohesive and polished look echo existing trim such as baseboards and casings. For more demanding projects custom design options are available.

Before you commit to a design profile it is best to research the type of molding that will work best for your project. Will you need a product that is moisture, warp and split resistant? Do you intend on painting or staining the crown once the product is installed? Decorative crown molding is available in a variety of materials such as wood, plaster, MDF, polyurethane, tin and polystyrene and each material has its advantages and disadvantages. It’s a good idea to consult manufacturer’s recommendations for particular substrate information.

You can combine crown molding with corner blocks that can add a distinctive look to your space while simplifying joinery. Choose your corner blocks based on the width of the molding you are pairing them with.

Designed for LED cove lighting jobs, homeowners can choose crown constructed from high density polystyrene foam that is smooth, light weight and paintable. Easy to install, this moulding profile is specially made to conceal electrical wiring necessary for LED lights.

Crown molding has the ability to provide otherwise ordinary rooms with exceptional style.

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