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Old 03-03-2010, 01:07 PM   #1
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moulding on tray ceiling with angled walls


I have a tray ceiling with 45 degree, 18 inch, angled walls. I want to apply moulding to the top of the tray where the angled walls meet the ceiling. What kind of moulding will work best? If I use crown how do I apply it and get the inside corners to meet properly? Also, I want to apply moulding to the bottom of the tray where the angled walls meet the primary room ceiling. What kind of moulding would work best here?

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