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Enhance any room, big or small with decorative crown molding.
Crown molding is typically applied along the seams where ceiling meets wall. Usually it is not placed flush against the wall nor against the ceiling. Instead, when viewed from the molding’s end (or as a cross-section), it, the ceiling, and the wall form a “hollow” triangle. This adds a difficulty to the installation process, namely the need for complex cuts to form corners where two walls meet.
We are familiar with the variety of crown molding found in the Boston area and can advise you on typical patterns and help choose the best look for you.