Crown moulding refers to any kind of moulding applied to a finished edge, usually where ceiling meets the tops of walls, or on tops of cabinets, cornices, pilasters. The effect of molding is a create a graceful, elegant shape. As a decorative transition point between wall and ceiling, crown moulding draws the eye upwards, creating length, while its continuous band unifies a room’s space and creates a an effect of richness.
Crown moulding comes in widths between 3 and 20 inches, with the most common widths hovering around 4 to 6 inches. The proper width of a crown moulding is determined by the dimensions of the room, in particular the ceiling height. Generally speaking, the larger the room, the wider the crown moulding should be. Please consult us for all varieties of crown moulding available.