Contemporary crown molding – Trimming kitchen cabinets with contemporary crown molding adds an elegant, custom style to the kitchen. Mull making angles perfect is rarely a problem because the cabinets generally have quite square corners. The back side of a crown molding has two flat surfaces, which makes it possible to sit at an angle between a wall and ceiling. Installed on the cabinets, wall surface opposes the closet and attic apartment is not attached.
Loosen the adjustment screw on the square and set 90 degree square edge to 1/4-inch or the size of the crown cover the upper cabinet face. Install 1-by-2-inch popular timber on top of the cabinet, where the contemporary crown molding will be installed. Measure and cut wood to length and attach it to the top of the cabinet about 1/8-inch back from the cabinet face. Nail lumber for the cabinet top with finish nailed and 1 1/2-inch dive. Place a piece of crown molding on the miter table head with the flat wall at the back of the molding against the miter fence and the ceiling flat on the miter table. Measure along the side of the enclosure or series of enclosures from corner to corner.
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Keep the crown molding to the cabinet with the shortest edge down and against the cabinet face. Measure the left and right cabinet side from back to front. Set the saw table to 0 degrees. Place a piece of contemporary crown molding on miter table as before and cut off the left and right ends to make them square. Measure and mark from the right end to the left side of the cabinet. Hold the pieces against the cabinet and adjust the cut molding corners.