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  • Debbie D

    This Old House general contractor Tom Silva discusses some of the many options available for trimming out the interior of a room

  • Lauren Pollock

    This old house-- how to video for crown molding

  • Jean Garroch

    Invaluable video on molding- chair molding, baseboard, crown: types, wood species, prices & uses. with general contractor Tom Silva | | from How to Choose Interior Molding

  • Karen Thompson

    How to Cope a Joint for crown moulding

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