How to Add Detail to Casings and Baseboards by Stacking Molding
If you subscribe to the belief that beauty is in the details, then upgrading your baseboards, door casings and other interior wood trim might be a good investment. However, removing and replacing interior trimwork can be a costly proposition. An alternate solution is to apply additional strips of decorative molding on top of what's already there. Small quarter-round, half-round, cove and ogee molding profiles are fairly inexpensive and can be attached quickly and easily. This video gives you some ideas.
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