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What Different Types Of Crown Moldings Used
19 Mar

What Different Types Of Crown Moldings Used

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Crown Molding is the most chosen feature opted by interior designers who apply the technique for rendering the home décor an enhanced elegance and appearance. It is a popular home décor method which is not only used for newer homes but also widely for redecorating and refurbishing old houses.

One of the very reason individuals are opting for molding home decors is as it renders the ceilings, wall, and doors, where it is applied, stand out adding the elegant look. Decorative chair rail molding adds the required vitality and charm to the space where it is applied.

Low investment great returns

It is no wrong to call crown moulding as an economical alternative for paintings. Considering the wide range of advantages to the user. It is the lowest cost investment that aids in adding value to one’s home development project.

About Crown Moulding

It is a decorative trim used widely in the intersection of walls and ceilings that add a subtlety of charm to the room. When viewed for the corners, it gives the wall a hollow triangle form. Considering the beauty it adds to the interiors, the technique is applied widely across homes. Along with increasing the charm, it also aids in increasing the value at the same time.

What are the different types of crown molding?

Moulding comes in different materials. Some of the most used materials include wood, metal, and plaster that renders a classy touch to the interiors whereas the cheaper options include PVC, polystyrene, polyurethane, etc. Below listed are top 5 molding materials one can look out for when deciding the interior of the house.

·         Plaster

If you are not looking for cutting the cost of decorating the interiors, plaster is one of the best choices. Though on the expensive side, they render the exact output which adds to the charm of architectural enhancement. However, when choosing for plaster as a material for interiors, it is necessary to get it customized based on one’s choice prior to the installation. Although it is quite a difficult process to install, the result is no less alluring. It is environment-friendly, non-toxic, non-flammable and hypo-allergenic that makes it the best pick.

·         Polyurethane

Polyurethane crown molding is the most chosen option in comparison to all other techniques. It is an ideal alternative to paint as well as less expensive rendering the exact output one had contemplated. Easy installation, high durability and least risk of dents earn polyurethane extra brownie points.

·         Medium Density Fiberboard

It is a combination of sawdust and resin that renders the molds the appearance of solid woods. However, as it is prone to swelling and warping when coming in contact with water, they are least used in areas that are exposed to moisture.

·         Solid Wood

Solid Wood is the most popular choice used for chain rail moulding. It is economical and used extensively as a molding material. One has a large range of choice to choose from including mahogany, hickory to ash.

·         Polystyrene

Made of plastic it is one of the cheapest options used for molding.

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