Flexible  crown moldings
Photo: Victor Schrager
« »


Best for: Curved walls and window bays.

Pros: This rubbery material comes in an array of profiles that can bend around a curved wall without the need for relief cuts.

Cons: While less expensive than a custom carpentry job, flexible molding is still costly and must be special-ordered.

From left: (1) Unstained arch (shown stained), about $15; Flexible Moulding.
(2) Zago's overarching pearl and floral, about $7; Flexible Trim
(3) Zago’s plain curving ogee, about $5; Flexible Trim
(4) Zago’s pearl and dentil, about $6; Flexible Trim
Ask TOH users about Crown Molding

Contribute to This Story Below

    More in Molding & Carpentry