The One Room Challenge, put on in part by Better Homes and Gardens, has finally wrapped up. While I was late to the finish line (I had to build that chicken mansion!), I am so excited with how the room turned out! Check out the full reveal post here - it features a bunch of cool projects I will be writing up in the next few months.
For those who might not be familiar with this challenge, the One Room Challenge is a biannual design event where 20 featured designers and hundreds of guest participants choose a single room to completely re-do. From design-only to DIY, there is a little bit of everything! In it's 17th season, this event is highly anticipated and has grown to even have media coverage provided by Better Homes and Gardens!
This is my third round participating and, this time around, I chose my guest bedroom. The cool part, though, is that the guest bedroom hides inside of a home office by way of a Murphy bed setup. But that's for another post! Today, I wanted to talk to you about crown molding and how the style you choose, quality of the trim and installation can make such a big difference (without spending a ton)!
Ornamental Moulding graciously agreed to partner with me for this trim work, and if you check out their site you will see why I asked to work with them pretty quickly! The selection and the quality of their millwork is incredible. I have not seen such a variety of actual wooden trim like this in the big box stores. They have a wide range of styles and products to choose from and I got lost in their site for days trying to choose. Ultimately, I went with a Colonial Crown and matching baseboard in unfinished Aspen wood.