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Crown Molding Around a Cathedral Ceiling

Simple instructions to ensure that your molding will still match when it meets the corners of a vaulted ceiling

When crown molding runs up a vaulted ceiling, the profiles will not match when they meet at the corners. Learn how to prepare, cut, and install a transition piece to bring the two sides together seamlessly.

Crown Molding Around a Cathedral Ceiling
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