can be simple or extremely ornate. If you've been to a do-it-yourself (DIY) store, you've seen baseboards. They're kind of similar to what you might think crown molding is, but they're pretty plain for the most part. With some stores, you can't tell the difference of which goes on the bottom and which goes on the top. However, with our crown moldings, you can really let your imagination fly.
There are so many styles available that you will have a hard time choosing. The good news is, you can get away with a little difference in the style of the molding in each room if they are visually separated from each other. For instance, for the entryway and living room, you can create a sense of drama and elegance by choosing ornately detailed molding, use certain styles of molding to hide indirect lighting or create a shelf to place plants (either real or silk, depending on the lighting in the area) that gracefully flow downward, seemingly right from the ceiling. For the dining room, choose a beautiful style to compliment your dining room set. For the bedrooms, add crown molding to draw attention to an attractive ceiling fan, or in the kids' bedrooms to frame a fancifully painted ceiling. For the TV room or office, you can use some styles of crown moldings to hide cables and other unsightly cords, making the clutter virtually disappear.
Think of crown molding the way you might think of framing a painting. When you look at the prospect of pulling a room together, before you consider the furniture, lamps and other pieces of decor, think first about adding crown molding to the room.
We are introducing a superior crown molding collection: clean line cornice and decorative crown molding, crown molding for indirect lighting, chair rail molding. Whether your decor is contemporary, modern, or classic in style, our molding lives up to the grandest expectations. This crown molding collection is an excellent source of molding for interior designers, architects, carpenters, and homeowners.