While we do recommend nailing this crown molding to a cabinet, using glue may be a good option. It is also possible that a combination of the two will best. To ensure you get the finished look you are searching for, please reach out to your local Home Depot and discuss your needs with a team member in the Kitchen Cabinetry Department. Thank you for considering Hampton Bay, and please have a great day.
Thank you for reaching out to us on this. You can view the touchup option we currently offer by searching for model number M827-1999 here on HomeDepot.com. We hope this helps you fully complete your project, and we appreciate you making Hampton Bay a part of it.
Great questions! You can view the touchup option we currently offer by searching for model number M827-1999 here on HomeDepot.com. We hope this helps you fully complete your project, and we appreciate you making Hampton Bay a part of it.
It's MDF with a thin coating. This product splinters very easily so cut carefully.
Hello - Yes, this is one of the options we currently offer for adding that decorative finish to the top of your cabinets. You can also view model KAMC4-SW on HomeDepot.com as that will be our Shaker-style crown molding. We wish you all the best in completing your project, and we thank you for considering Hampton Bay.
Hello - While we do not have any other photos to show it installed, please be sure to visit your local Home Depot. They may be able to help you break down and recreate the designs you see here. We hope this helps move your project planning forward, and we thank you for considering Hampton Bay.
Yes, I painted it with cabinet/trim paint to match the other trim I used.
The moulding gets installed right above the cabinet doors by gluing a strip of wood to the top of the cabinet attaching it with a nail gun. They are angled to the cabinet meeting at the ceiling.
If you want to add crown to the cabinets- you usually have to leave a space between the ceiling and cabinet or else there will not be enough space to fit the crown without hitting the door. The space required would depend on the door overlay and how tall your crown is. Most cabinets now have a almost full overlay leaving almost no space for crown at the top, its just the style of modern cabinets. Last I looked the store stock cabinets like the oak and hickory still are made with the older style and have a larger area at the top so if you choose a short crown you can get away with bringing the cabinet to the ceiling.
No it’s not paintable because aid is thermal foil finish