More Than Just One Use

October 30, 2017

Crown moulding is a "bridge" between wall and ceiling. It is possible to use a flat moulding in its place...just flat to the wall. Traditionally a picture moulding was placed 1/4" below the ceiling (or more) for picture hooks and wire to hang from. The profile and hardware is still available today. A combination of mouldings: Flat ceiling, flat wall and cove between is a way to create depth without large pieces. Visit buildbold.com for the endless possible combinations, limited only by your imagination and creativity.


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