Daniela N
Daniela N
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scalloped trim above kitchen sink


the scalloped trim could not be removed without taking down the crown moulding and doing a more invasive work than I wanted to. Also, behind the scalloped trim there is a flourescent light (that we will eventually change), but for now the trim hides that! I used smaller trim pieces (pic
more info at
http://frugalaintcheap.blogspot.com/2012/05/infamous-scallop.html
leftover smaller trim attached to original scalloped trim with liquid nails
leftover smaller trim attached to original scalloped trim with liquid nails
scalloped trim above kitchen sink, home maintenance repairs, wall decor
scalloped trim above kitchen sink, home maintenance repairs, wall decor
scalloped trim above sink, before makeover
scalloped trim above sink, before makeover
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  • Wanda sinnema
    on Feb 9, 2014

    great idea,,, I think the scallops came out right after jig saws..... why else would there me so many..... ? Really, they are everywhere..... love this trick

  • Pbawdon
    on Nov 9, 2015

    is the scallop trim outdated

    • Daniela N
      on Nov 10, 2015

      @Pbawdon some people like it, some don't. I think it's mainly just personal preference, although I don't see new constructions adding this detail in their kitchens.

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