Install Crown Molding
When our kitchen cabinets were installed, I realized that the space above them was larger than I wanted it to be. I wanted the cabinets to go to the ceiling (or close) and just have enough room for crown. They were about 3 or for 4 inches further down than I thought. We decided to fill the space with crown molding instead of leaving a space between the crown molding and the ceiling.
How-to Install Crown Molding To Kitchen Cabinets
Once we figured out the correct angle for mounting the molding against the wall and ceiling, cutting the miter joints with the jig went fairly quickly. The pneumatic nailer is also a lifesaver for this project. This was definitely a multi-day project with several evenings thrown in but the result was worth it!
Above the kitchen cabinets, Jim mounted a filler strip around the top of each cabinet flush with the front.
Then, the crown molding piece was mounted to the filler strip and ceiling. Unfortunately for Jim, there were more than 15 cuts in the kitchen alone! He powered through and I was able to help on filling nails with putty.