Crown molding can be a little tricky with all the cuts and angles. My fabulous hubby figured out a way to bypass all that craziness and install double stacked crown molding while achieving the same results, if not better. We have used this method in the Guest Room and the tops of our kitchen cabinets .
Enjoy the video!
Prep molding with a light sand and paint
Measure how far down you want the baseboards
Mark wall with tape or pencil
Measure width of walls and make your cuts using a 45 degree angle
Always cut base board first (wait on the molding)
You can add small thumbnails every few feet to hold up your baseboards
Nail baseboard to the wall
Take measurements again off of the baseboards for your molding piece for accurate measurements
Nail molding piece to the base board
Fill nail holes with wood filler (Recommend Using wood filler That matches your paint)
Caulk Bottom, middle and top (Recommend Having a baby wipes on hand to Help with the clean-up)
After the caulk drys, the nail holes are filled and sanded start applying a second coat of paint to your finished product
Please let me know If You have any questions and I’ll get my hubby on it for you
Kristin and Ray