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DM D7 - 5/16 in. x 7/8 in. Solid Pine Wall and Cabinet Trim Moulding

  • Solid pine construction suitable for stain or paint
  • Easy to cut and nail using common woodworking tools
  • Slim design ideal for trim
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Product Overview

The DecraMold 5/16 in x 7/8 in x 96 in Solid Pine DM7 Cabinet Moulding makes a great transition between cabinets. Solid Pine Cabinet Moulding can also be used to create raised panel designs on flat front cabinet doors. It can also used to create raised panel designs on flat front interior and exterior doors.
  • California residents
  • Smooth, consistent surface is free from knots
  • Can be stained or painted with any high quality latex or oil based paint/stain
  • Classic small profile moulding useful in covering small gaps
  • Can also be used to accent shelving, cabinets or any other interior elements

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Price
$517
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/piece
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/piece
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Ratings
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Moulding TypeDetailFull RoundLatticeDetail
MaterialWoodWoodWoodWood
Finish TypeUnfinishedUnfinishedPrimedUnfinished
Interior/ExteriorInteriorInteriorInteriorInterior
ApplicationWall Trim and Chair RailGeneral PurposeGeneral PurposeWall Trim and Chair Rail
Moulding FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Product Length (in.)96969696
Product Width (in.)0.8751.252.51.75
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.313
Product Length (in.)
96
Product Width (in.)
0.875

Details

Application
Wall Trim and Chair Rail
Color Family
Beige
Color/Finish
Beige
Finish Type
Unfinished
Installation Type
Modified Loose Lay
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Wood
Moulding Features
No Additional Features
Moulding Type
Detail
Pattern Number
1064
Pro Pack
No
Returnable
180-Day
Sell Pack Options
Single Item

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

8Questions29Answers

Could this be used as crown molding on cabinets?

Asked by Emily June 6, 2020
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Yes, but generally this is more of a trim piece than a formal crown moulding. The small size makes it ideal for trim coverage.

What is the length of the DMD7 molding?

Asked by bigguy February 8, 2020
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8'.

Can I use it on a wall

Asked by Lola January 15, 2020
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Sure. It may be a little small though to add real character.

This product in unavailable online and in stores. Will it soon be available again?

Asked by JC September 26, 2019
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Availability varies by location.

Does this trim have some kind of chemical treatment on it? It sure doesn’t take stain very well, with or without a conditioner.

Asked by DIYDoug January 15, 2019
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No. Pine cane be difficult to stain depending on the grain.

I want to install this trim to my flat hollow door, what kind of glue and nail that i can use? th...

Asked by ryan May 25, 2018
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Ryan, with an installation question, it is best to contact your closest The Home Depot and speak with an associate.

Is this wood trim symmetrical?

Asked by jeepmom March 25, 2016
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In reference to the milling the answer is yes. However some of the stock may be warped and twisted and care should be taken when selecting

what is the length

Asked by carl August 8, 2015
5
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The average length of the trim molding is 96" (8'), however I have received some stock that was about 12" (1') less. When purchasing verify the length.

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I bought this to trim out the bottom of my wife's craft cart to cover up the side of the plywood ...
I bought this to trim out the bottom of my wife's craft cart to cover up the side of the plywood which really gives it a nice look. Easy to work with used my brad nailer to attach.
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This was just the right size I needed. The ones in Local store were just not the right size. The ...
This was just the right size I needed. The ones in Local store were just not the right size. The shipping time for this for ship to store was only a few days. not all of the 7 pieces I received perfectly straight, but they are thin wood and susceptible to some warp. They worked well for what I needed them for.
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I use this molding to dress up old hollow core doors. Time consuming to cut the pieces, but it wo...
I use this molding to dress up old hollow core doors. Time consuming to cut the pieces, but it works out great.
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Built dog bed platforms and used this to cover the plywood edges. Worked great, looks great, easy...
Built dog bed platforms and used this to cover the plywood edges. Worked great, looks great, easy to install with my 3/8" x 1/2" air stapler.
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This trim cuts well and doesnt seem to have weak spots. The trim has good grain and worked well t...
This trim cuts well and doesnt seem to have weak spots. The trim has good grain and worked well to trim the face of plywood shelf on shop cabinets.
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I wanted to transform my flat door that goes into the garage to a 6 panel one and didn't want to ...
I wanted to transform my flat door that goes into the garage to a 6 panel one and didn't want to spend a lot of money. A new door was out of the question. This worked perfectly. I was able to hand cut the pieces using a miter box and used adhesive to glue them to the door. Took the better part of a day to do as I am a bit slow in the measuring and cutting, but it all worked out. Now I am thinking of using them on one of the bathroom cabinets to update them also. You can see in the background of the first picture that I used lattice strips on the kitchen cabinets when I updated them. Wish I had known about this trim first....it would have looked a lot better!
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Perfect to add sophistication to our dining room
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We used this wood for shadow box moulding trim in our new house. It's an old house in a historic district, so we wanted to stay true to the character and style of the home. I researched trim styles and this one was perfect - not too ornate or fussy, but with some visual interest as well as being nice and thin. The thinness was big for us because the formal dining room wasn't particularly large so we didn't want the trim to dominate but more recess visually. The wood was easy to work with but worth noting: my husband wound up having to cut all 176 (!) 45-degree cuts on a miter saw by hand - it was too thin to control on an electric miter saw. There were no imperfections in the wood that required fixing once we'd installed. One thing to note: one of the pieces we bought was a bit thicker than the rest, so any corners where that piece met a thinner piece, we had to do some doctoring at the joint. If you're buying multiples for this type of project, look to make sure they're consistent thickness. It was applied to plaster no problem with a brad nail gun, followed by caulking any seams with gaps from the wall, and the entire room was painted with primer/2 coats of paint shortly thereafter. It looks wonderful, we are really pleased. Unfortunately, our painter did crack one of the pieces of wood in the process - we weren't there when it happened, but we assume he knocked into it hard with a tool. So be careful as it's not the sturdiest (not surprising at only 5/16").
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inexpensive update
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I like my house, but it was built in 1971 and the doors are just flat hollow core. I bought this moulding and with my trusty miter saw transformed the look of my doors for an easy on the wallet price.
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This is the best size for panel moulding IMO. My mouldings turned out beautiful.
This is the best size for panel moulding IMO. My mouldings turned out beautiful.
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Good color. Needed it a little more honey colored so I dyed it with some tea. It was perfect. Use...
Good color. Needed it a little more honey colored so I dyed it with some tea. It was perfect. Used gorilla glue and it worked great. Was able able to cut easily and the design was perfect
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