- 1 What angle do you cut crown molding on cabinets?
- 2 Can you put crown molding on kitchen cabinets?
- 3 How do you measure for crown molding on kitchen cabinets?
- 4 What is the trim on top of cabinets called?
- 5 Where do you nail crown molding?
- 6 How do you fill the gap between cabinets and ceilings?
- 7 How do you install scribe molding on kitchen cabinets?
What angle do you cut crown molding on cabinets?
Cut the Molding with the Miter Saw Adjust the miter saw to cut at the correct 45-degree angle taking into account when cutting that, since the molding is being held upside down, that the “bottom” of the molding is actually the top.
Can you put crown molding on kitchen cabinets?
Installing crown molding on kitchen cabinets is one project that takes a little bit of skill but is totally doable. Crown molding can give your cabinets an extra air of charm and sophistication. There are dozens of sizes and patterns to choose from, and you can even combine multiple moldings for a chunky look.
How do you measure for crown molding on kitchen cabinets?
Measure a piece of crown molding equal to the length of the cabinet. Place your tape measure on the edge of the crown and extend it to the length of one cabinet side. Use a pencil to mark the exact spot that needs to be cut. Repeat for each cabinet side.
What is the trim on top of cabinets called?
Crown molding is decorative trim that is added to the top of your cabinets. The benefit of installing crown molding is that it draws the eye upward, showcasing the elegance of your cabinets. Crown molding can either bond with the ceiling or allow for space above the cabinet.
Where do you nail crown molding?
Crown molding is usually nailed to the wall studs along the bottom edge and into the ceiling joists above– a lot of stud-finder work.
How do you fill the gap between cabinets and ceilings?
You can build the cabinets to the ceiling (most expensive option), keep the area open (no cost!), build a soffit to match the cabinets, or add a drywall soffit.
How do you install scribe molding on kitchen cabinets?
Position the Scribe Molding Position the piece of scribe molding along the seam where the back of the cabinet meets the wall. Ensure the flat side of the molding fits along the cabinet, with its edge pressed snugly against the wall. The molding “gives” slightly, conforming to marginal curves in the wall.