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
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    is the scallop trim outdated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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