Coping Crown Molding on Inside Corners
Coping is cutting the crown’s profile on the end of one piece with a coping saw to fit over the face of an adjacent piece of molding. Cutting a coped joint on an inside crown molding is a standard practice, because cutting mitered inside corners often results in an unattractive joint or one that will come loose over time. Coping crown is not as difficult as it may seem. Try out our simple approach.
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