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Adding molding to your home has become a very popular way of decorating the borders of your house. It can make a world of difference to the interior of your home. Traditional molding is constructed from different kinds of wood and while it can change the inside of your home, it can be very expensive. A cheaper option is composite molding. It has the same look and appearance of real wood except it is less expensive.

Crown Molding

Crown molding is the name given to a whole group of moldings that are used for capping walls, pilasters and cabinets. It is a decorative type of trim that is typically used to line the area where the ceiling of a home meets the wall.

Baseboard

The purpose of baseboard molding is to "finish in" the region where the wall meets the floor. It is best to select the baseboard that is proportional to the dimensions of the house.

Baseboards should be chosen to work together with other interior moldings and casings to tie the room together. Generally, baseboards are thinner than the casing.

Trims & Casings

Case Molding is molding for trimming a doorway, windows or archway. It's design and weight vary greatly.

Case Moldings can often be the most visible part of the interior trim. Casings are used primarily to cover the gap between drywall and the door or window frame. Casings are smaller than both baseboards and crown molding.

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