So we are shortly give you some ideas on how to add crown molding to existing kitchen cabinets almost instantly. Many of today’s top kitchen cabinets do not have enough material above the door which mount the crown molding. To get around the lack of it, I built a wooden frame that sits on top of the wardrobe and use it as a base for fastening the crown. Using frames allows me to do the detail work on the bench is much easier than from the stairs and I can attach the crown from the back side, so there are no nail holes to fill. After the frame and crown are attached, you gonna adding molding to kitchen cabinet tops. If the ceiling is not level, as is the case here, then you have two options at the top of the crown leave gaps or interpreter unloading filler strips that follow the contour of the ceiling. Whatever you do, avoid cutting the crown itself or leave a small gap. One would draw the attention of the evenness of the ceiling and ruin all the work your heart with mold.
How to do? When we add crown molding to existing kitchen cabinets we decided to forgo any crown molding at the top of the pantry we, the cabinet microwave, and a refrigerator because we rather liked, clean modern look square edge we hold some molding leftovers and it didn ‘t look big to so we crossed that off our list and forged for other projects. But now we’ve seen the room with fresh eyes – once painted walls and refaced fireplace after getting over my fear install adjustable crown molding thanks to a nail gun may be that the real reason we missed it last year. So we lifted a piece of adding crown molding to top of kitchen cabinets and has a completely different reaction today.