What to do with extra wood molding

What can I make with extra wood molding? I have about 40-50 feet left.
  10 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 04, 2016
    www.pinterest.com repurposed moldings
  • MN Mom MN Mom on Mar 04, 2016
    Frames would be awesome!
  • Babs Babs on Mar 04, 2016
    maybe make or extend crown moulding on your upper kitchen cabinets?
  • Larry Chura Larry Chura on Mar 04, 2016
    The picture frame idea is always a hit. Or you can do decorative trim with cabinet doors. Either with the outer edge or an inside pattern. Paint to highlight some other color in the kitchen.
  • Sheila D Sheila D on Mar 04, 2016
    Above the door shelf, tunuside down with plywood,sheff. , multt shelve on a large wall. Add handles & base for tray Ownshelves
  • Duv310660 Duv310660 on Mar 05, 2016
    Frames trays chair rails classical ornamentation on doors or wainscotting embellish baseboards dollhouse roof hamster theatre signs for office doors
  • Taffetal Taffetal on Mar 05, 2016
    You could make an antique-style shelf for special plates, etc. Position and attach the molding beneath a board (grooved for plates stability) which is about 4" x 1"x 36". Cut the ends using a miter box at a 90 degree angle. Then stain and distress. This a nice shelf for hallways also.
  • Juli Juli on Mar 05, 2016
    40-50 ft!, Sell it, and buy wood you can use.
  • Spenc Spenc on Mar 06, 2016
    Need more info. How wide is it? Big difference if it were crown molding vs simple quarter-round molding.
  • Amber Amber on Mar 06, 2016
    Paint or stain it then use it to frame a bathroom mirror...makes a huge difference. I did this on a huge mirror installed by builder and it looks great!