the secret for a glove-tight fit for trim corners is a coped joint. with this technique you can even make complex crown moldings fit without leaving gaps. because inside corners are rarely square, simply butting two mitered pieces into the corner almost always looks lousy. the only foolproof method for great-looking inside corners is cutting a coped joint. this age-old carpenter
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Remove Popcorn Ceiling Texture. Just in case I need this one day. Me: I just don't know if this is going to work for my ceiling texture. Mine is a more flattened splatter. :( I think I may have to put boards up.... wooden planks. I just didn't want the ceiling to feel lower than the standard 8 feet it is at.