Expert Advice on Improving Your Home
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How to Remove Molding for Reuse

When renovating a room, the first step is to remove existing molding. If you are careful, you can take it off — without damage — for reuse later. Watch the technique!
Danny Lipford putting the finishing touches on wood window casing around window.

How to Dress Up a Drywall Window Return with Wood Casing

Watch this video to find out how to dress up drywall window returns by installing stock wood window casing molding around the opening.

How to Install Crown Molding the Easy Way

Find out how to install crown molding the easy way using premade inside and outside corner blocks. Watch this video to find out more.
Man cutting crown molding with a miter saw

How to Cut Crown Molding on a Miter Saw

Crown molding never goes out of style — but it can be hard to cut. Here's how to get a perfect cut, every time, on a miter saw.
Danny Lipford installing crown molding in a room.

How to Cut and Install Crown Molding

Installing crown molding around the ceiling in a room can really improve the look and décor of your home.
Using a nail gun to install chair rail molding on a wall.

How to Install Chair Rail Molding

Watch this video to find out how to install chair rail molding in your home, including the proper height and how to cut joints and return profiles.
Drilling a hole in chair rail using a drill bit made from a nail.

How to Drill Small Nail Holes in Molding

Watch this video to find out how to make a homemade drill bit from a nail to use when drilling small nail holes in molding.
Dining room with green accent wall and chandelier above the table

How to Build an Easy Accent Wall

Accent walls instantly add visual interest and texture to a blank room. Watch how easy it is to build one!
Plastic ceiling medallion being installed

Installing Plastic Molding and Trim on Your Home

Molding and trim made from plastic can be used both inside and outside your home and have many advantages over wood molding. Plastic moldings and trim can be molded into intricate shapes and bent to fit curves. They’re impervious to moisture and resistant to termites, rot, mold, warping, cracking, and splintering.