Just as a quick FYI, I noticed that Lowe’s spells moulding like “Moulding.” So, that’s the way I will spell it from now on.
Yesterday, I began putting up the crown moulding in the kitchen. Not the cabinet stuff, that’s already done. This was the regular stuff I like to put up in every room, when I can. I really wasn’t even noticing the gaps in the sheetrock up at the ceiling anymore because I have been basking in the glow of the new kitchen. Yesterday, I figured it was about time I got off my duff.
I went down to Lowe’s and grabbed four 12′ pieces of nice crown moulding. Since the corner cabinet goes all the way to the ceiling, I only had to extend one piece, and that is pretty hidden by the big pantry. I nailed and caulked everything yesterday after I hung it. Today, I painted it all up nice.
This is actually where I had to put two pieces together. The extra piece is only about 8″ long and is in the corner. I got lucky that everything lined up nicely.
If you will kindly notice, there are two 2″ blocks at the sides of the corner cabinet. Those blocks are the workaround that we came up with the deal with two different types of crown moulding merging into one area.
This is just more kitchen crown moulding from a different view.