DescriptionA horizontal strip of interior wood trim that runs along the very top of walls at the junction of the wall and ceiling.
- Can cover up bad drywalling or plaster work at top of walls.
- More aesthetic benefits than functional: crown molding really makes a room look great.
- Crown trim molding is usually painted the same color as the ceiling, not wall.
- It is installed at a 45 degree angle.
- Both cope joints and mitered joints are used when installing crown molding.