Do you see the little moldings in this guest bathroom? Those are the “upgraded” moldings that came with this house.
This half bathroom has twelve foot ceilings, and those little moldings just don’t stand up under such a soaring height.
It felt like you were sitting in an elevator shaft with all that soaring height above, rather than a distinguished guest bathroom. Until we added moldings.
The 11″ tall baseboards I installed I also installed in the rest of the foyer/great room, and I think they gave the room a proper foundation.
To further divide up the towering walls in the bathroom, I designed a frieze that you can just make out the bottom of in the second picture. The wallpaper above the frieze is from the same collection, and is a complimentary pattern to the wall paper you see pictured.
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- Flying Crown Molding: You can see more of this half bathroom in this post.
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Hi Ken! Absolutely gorgeous bathroom! I love it. I was wondering if you would mind sharing more details about the two different sizes of crown that you used for this project and also how much space you decided to allot for the frieze. After much deliberation my husband and I have decided to try to use your design throughout our house instead of going with just one piece of flying crown.
Thank you for all of these great posts!
I’m so happy you and your husband are finding inspiration here!
In case you didn’t notice, the large crown in this bathroom is the same one seen in this post, Before & AFrter: Large Kitchen Crown Molding.
The frieze is made from MDF-200, and has 4″ of reveal.
The small flying crown molding is nothing more than CM-005 on top of PM-008.
Good luck. Let us know how your project turns out!