When I suggested to my friends that an accent color in this master bedroom would help set off the crown, I wasn’t exactly thinking lime green. But there you have it.
This crown is my typical stack of a flat-stock cornice, an ogee base molding as the lower detail with a crown molding in the middle.
The only difference between installing this crown molding and one like CROWN MOLDING-103, is this ornate acanthus leaf pattern has to match where you splice pieces of the crown together.
What is a Molding Return?
Do you see how the crown molding terminates at the corner above the sconce? That is what’s called a return.
You can “return” chair rails, baseboards, wainscoting, and any other molding that is wrapped into the wall or onto another molding.
Learn how to return a crown molding here: How to Return a Crown Molding to the Wall.