House of Fara Corner Blocks
There are few interior details that effectively add some "class" to a room as a
course of crown molding up at ceiling level. It's tasteful, elegant, attractive... and a total pain in the butt to install. That’s probably why the skinny saw originally used to cut miters on the stuff is called a coping saw: because carpenters had to cope with the stuff too. But seriously: cutting a miter in crown molding truly tries one’s patience: does it go in the miter box/saw upside down? right-side up? Must you cope the joints for a better fit? How loud should you swear when you botch a cut?
Plus: not a single miter cut needed
Minus: not really "authentic" (but who cares?)
What They’re Saying: Make quick work of installing crown molding and still get a nice-looking job: House of Fara Corner Blocks for Crown Molding.