Kitchen Remodel Series
The crown molding in progress. Notice the difference between this photo and the previous one which shows the cabinets without any molding. You don't need to stack three types of moldings as I did, but at least one set of molding will add richness and a finished look to your cabinets.
This detail shows three types of Thomasville molding: a single-bead edging, a dentil edge, and at the top, angled crown molding. The clamp holds the pieces in place as the glue dries.
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Part 4: Experts from Heaven—and from Hell
FoodWine's Kitchen Remodel Series
(with Survival Recipes)
- 1/27/01 Introduction, PLUS: Remodelers' Survival Recipes, Phase 1
- 2/03/01 Part 1: Recipe for a Remodel
- 2/10/01 Part 2: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Remodeling 101
- 2/17/01 Part 3: Major Appliances: The Ultimate Power Tools
- 2/24/01 Part 4: Experts from Heaven—and from Hell
- 3/03/01 Part 5: Demolition to Drywall + Survival Recipes, Phase 2
- 3/10/01 Part 6: Cabinets Arrive: The Fun Begins!
- 3/17/01 Part 7: Countertops: It's a Material World+Survival Recipes, Phase 3
- 3/24/01 Part 8: From Floor to Finish
- 3/31/01 Part 9: The Kitchen is Served: The Cook's Final Tips
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