Crown molding is a decorative finishing element and used for capping cabinets, interior walls, and columns at the point where the ceiling and the wall meets. It is used at the room’s top and thus the term crown is sued for describing the space’s embellishment. You may be a beginner to the crown molding and get confused with different suggestions regarding how to install it on the kitchen cabinet. You require casting, timber glue, nail gun, safety glasses, painter’s tape, and Miter Saw before deciding to install the crown molding on the cabinet in your kitchen. You must know how to install crown molding on kitchen cabinets and use every option to make the crown molding outstanding in all aspects.
Simple steps to follow
You can measure the front of the cabinet’s length, take a molding which is longer than such length. The next step is to setup the Miter saw at the 45-degree angle and cut the molding’s one side and hold up the first cut on the cabinet’s one end. You can make the second cut with the Miter at the same 45-degree angle. Make necessary cuts until the cut molding fits the front cabinet’s length. Now, work on the finishing touch about how to install crown molding on kitchen cabinets. Measure the side cabinet’s length, take a molding longer than such length, and repeat the process to check it fits snugly with corners and do adjustments. Put glue after it fits and tape the corners. Nail side molding into place after removing the tape