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Old 12-04-2008, 07:47 PM   #1
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We have installed new cabinets in our kitchen. They are of different heights and depths and give a very nice look. We are considering adding crown molding. My question...does anyone ever put crown on just some of the cabinets or do you need to do al the cabinets? I was thinking of not "crowning" the smaller recessed cabinets and letting the taller forward cabinets.

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I personally like the crown on all the cabinets, It gives it beautiful look,

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You should crown them all. It would look unfinished in my opinion if they all weren't crowned.
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Even tho the cabinets may be set at different heights/levels, they will look fine, with all of them having matching crown trim.
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Heck, the lower, recessed cabinets are the easy ones to crown. Two straight cuts, cut to length, nail them on and your done.

I agree with the others, it wouldn't look finished if only some have crown and some don't.
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OK, I have obtained the same opinions at home too so it we're going "all the way".

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