Any space whether house, office or commercial expanse is functional as it is. It is, however, the addition of well thought out elements that brings it to life, transforming a house into a home and an office into a work haven. Crown molding and trims are such pieces that will subtly change the whole look of the room. Providing a smooth link between the wall and ceiling, and the wall and the floor, our exquisite trim pieces are just what you are looking for.
Our vast collection comes in artistically finished polyurethane material that is not only relatively more affordable than other materials such as wood but is also light and easy to work with. What’s more, it is water-resistant, meaning that you never have to worry about mold or mildew infestation. That’s right! It will be perfect for the kitchen, bathroom, or even outside. Moreover, it comes already pre-primed and ready to paint in your desired shade.
All your molding needs under one roof
These simple ornamental additions to doors, ceilings or windows that serve the purpose of a frame to accentuate a space. Ours come in varying designs to suit your unique taste, whether you are going for a classic, elegant, modern, or contemporary finish.
These are another useful addition that will not only protect your wall from damage by furniture but also give a beautiful finish that will stand out in a subtle way. Whether you’re plain and simple, or eccentric and detail-oriented, you will not go wrong with any one of our chosen designs.
If you’re wondering how to cover that gap between the wall and the door or window frames, our neat casings are just the trick.
Those bangs and scrapes on the wall from moving your furniture can be a downright eyesore. Chair rails come in handy both as functional protection to the wall. That aside, they can be a purely decorative element providing a break between two different parts of the wall, such as different shades of paint, or paint and wallpaper.
Ceiling and wall relief
These decorative pieces are magnificent to accentuate any flat features on a wall or relief. Add them around a mirror, mural, or painting and see how quickly you highlight this focal point to stand out even more.
If you are looking to add even more flair to your crown molding, try adding a few corner pieces for inside and outside corners. Remember that coordination is key as you select pieces that go well with the molding and serve to improve the whole look not dim it out.
What do you need to put up any of these pieces as a DIY project?
❖ A miter box or saw for making mitered edges
❖ A coping saw for making coped edges
❖ Finishing nails that will hold the molding in place
❖ A nail set to drive the nails beneath the molding or hammer
❖ Tape measure, pencil, and level to mark the lines along which the trim will lie
❖ Adhesive, applied to joints to hold them together.
❖ Caulk to hide any exposed gaps
❖ Protective gear for you like goggles
Here are a few helpful tips before you start the DIY project:
❖ Aim to purchase the molding at least 48 hours before the installation and allow them to sit in the house for that period, giving them time to acclimatize to the temperature and condition of the room.
❖ Good preparation will help to make your work easier. Create as much space as possible to allow you to maneuver around the room with your molding.
❖ Check your wall and ceiling for any vents or objects that will be in the way of your molding and figure how you will work around them before you have started.
❖ Have a steady work surface that will allow you to clamp the molding down for making coped edges.
❖ Cover carpeted surfaces and the floor with drop cloth or cardboard to protect them from chippings and paint.
❖ If you are painting the trim pieces, do this before installing them. It is easier and less exhausting to work from a waist level than from above at the ceiling level.
❖ Before painting the whole lot, test that the paint and the molding are compatible by painting only a small portion first before going on with the rest.