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Home Sweet Home

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A home is the dearest place for everyone. People make and cherish their memories at their home. Also, people spend their choicest moment with their near and dear ones at their home. What if some flavors are added to their dearest place to make it appear more beautiful! Would not people love spending more and more time at their home and admire the beauty of their home. Also, it will give them happiness to look at their beautiful house.

Baseboard Trim

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While the baseboard trim and styles might not look like a big deal since it goes in the bottom side of the wall, it still has a major play in changing the look of your house. The whole house will have the trim running around making it a vital point in the design of the house. To get the best baseboard trim there are various factors and styles to be considered. This will be based on the style of the house also. Further, the products which are chosen along with the space provided and the budget allocated will be taken into account to get the right baseboard trim.

CUTTING CROWN MOLDING

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This is one of the tedious steps in crown molding. To do it perfectly, follow the steps below: 1. Start with one section. In the first corner, note the wall which intersects the corner along the molding bottom and draw a line. For alignment keep a small piece of molding in the corner. Draw around it and keep repeating the process until the lines in each wall connect.

INSTALLING CROWN MOLDING

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Step 1: Decide which type of crown molding you are going to use. You can go with wood or MDF. While wood is a good choice, it can be expensive too. MDF should not be used in the kitchen or bathroom. Step 2: Next step is the hardest part of the whole process which is to cut the corners of the molding. For this use a coping saw which will make the cut easily and in the right angle. This is because it is much tighter than a mitered joint. In case there is any gap in the end, caulk can be used to conceal the gap. A power miter saw can also be used instead. Step 3: Measure the wall and mark the bottom of the molding. Step 4: Once the length is identified then cut the molding in a 90-degree angle. Step 5: the next piece should be cut at the 45-degree angle. To get a straight cut press the edges against the saw table firmly and vertical side fence.

CHAIR RAIL MOLDING

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If you are looking to add the crown molding then it is best to start with the chair rail molding. It helps in giving the right proportion to the room in addition to the refinement in space. But care should be taken while installing the chair rail molding as many tend to mix up the height. The chair rail molding is the right choice when the purpose is to divide the room and to scale up space.

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