Crown molding is one of many decoration ideas people commonly apply to bright up their house visual appearance. It’s a kind of trim that’s installed on the area where the ceiling and the wall meet. This kind of decoration has been actually applied since Renaissance. That’s why it’s kind of popular décor idea. Besides, this way is also applied to cover the imperfection of this area.It is applied to add more decorative look of a room as well.
Therefore, many crown molding alternatives available recently. And it’s really beneficial for you are interested to apply this décor type. Well, crown moldings are now coming in various materials from which the molding made. It can be soft wood, like poplar, pine, and spruce, that’s quite inexpensive and easy to cut. Hardwood like oak is also applicable but commonly more expensive. It’s also possible to select crown molding that’s made from MDF. The use of MDF crown molding material will help you to easily paint the molding. The other possible material is polyurethane foam that’s also easy to paint. In addition, it’s not so heavy thus it’ll be easy to install. Also, the use of adhesive instead of nail is enough to attach the molding on to the desired area. Another benefit is unlike wood and MDF, the foam doesn’t swell or shrink as the weather changes. Besides being varied in the materials, crown molding also appears in some different touches. It can be either painted or stained, depends on the materials. For MDF, soft wood or foam made crown molding, painting may be good idea. But, for hardwood made, staining the crown molding will keep the molding protected from any damage and still appear naturally beautiful as it shows the grains it has.
Additionally, crown molding installation is also a kind of easy task that can be done simply yourself, especially for you with good carpentry skill. However, if you think you aren’t that qualified, your choice of hiring professional will still benefit you for the quick installation time that may require you spend few cost only.
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