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Plain Crown Molding Unadorned Crown moldings are immensely popular with those looking to style their rooms in a traditional manor. Replicating many of the old style profiles, and providing some twist with newer profiles, you're sure to choose a molding that fits perfect with your décor. Typical uses are living rooms, family rooms, dens, game rooms, media rooms, hotels, grand halls, dining rooms, and decor for shelving or mantels.
Crown Moulding Ornate Style Crown moldings come in many different styles and shapes. Cable, Cartouche, Dentil, Egg and Dart, Guilloche. From classical Greek to Assyrian, early English and floral Mesoptamian designs. We have over 140 different styles for you to choose from. Typical uses are living rooms, family rooms, dens, game rooms, media rooms, hotels, grand halls, dining rooms, and decor for shelving or mantels.
The Regal Collection consists of 18k gold foil covered Crown Moldings, corbels, rosettes, wall decor, etc. This is a brand new collection and we will be expanding it in the future. For our customers that like the elegant look of gold, we've got it!
Crown Molding Corners and Blocks Crown molding corners and blocks can add a little flair to your molding installation and make short work of those pesky inside and outside corners. The molded corners are matched to some of our most popular molding styles and are just a little bigger that the molding to allow for some alignment room.
Crown and Corner Mouldings are used where the wall joins the ceiling. Crown mouldings can be used alone or built up using lineal mouldings, such as baseboards, casings, chair rails or panel mouldings, to create larger details and unique designs.
Crown molding is the most popular type of cornice molding. Crown generally refers to the types of single-piece moldings that are installed on the angle to their adjoining surface. Crown moldings have a profiles that project out on the ceiling and down on the wall and gives a rich appearance to a room. As its name suggests, crown molding serves as an ornamental capping to walls, cabinets, and built-in furniture. Crown molding also used as a decorative support for horizontal architectural elements like decorative ledges and shelves. Adding decorative crown molding to the relatively simple room provides a certain character that the room would not have otherwise. Many complex looking crown molding profiles consist of the series of simple moldings installed together to achieve a finished appearance. Crown moldings are also used in combination with other moldings to add details to the fireplace mantels and shelves.