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mflohelp
January 9, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I want to add some details to help the place rent. Id like to do some crown molding around the front door, both inside and out. Good idea??
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PH Interiors, LLC
Great idea. Crown is always a good investment in a traditional/transitional house. Also, paint that shoe molding white to match the base trim. May also look into replacing light fixture with more up to date (inexpensive) one.
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katelyndunkel
I agree with replacing the light fixture, and doing thicker moulding around the door. You can't go wrong with that. Also, I'd replace the door knob to a more decorative prominent front door handle. But it's good you have a neutral color scheme. It will appeal tomorrow renters.
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katelyndunkel
Oops! it was suppose to say, "To more renters."
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chelseabeagle
As a past renter, I was more concerned out the kitchen, living room and bedroom than the front door.
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Darzy
Are you renting? I wouldn't add crown moulding to a rental unless you own it. You can add "details" above the door with wood scroll, etc that you can take with you.
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mflohelp
@Darzy - we do own the house. We are renting the house out while my husband is deployed lol. I saw on Pinterest something about Faux Wainscoting, does this meaning anything to anyone?
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Dytecture
I agree with adding some architectural moldings to add some character to the entry area.


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decoenthusiaste
I'm not sure I understand what kind of crown molding would go around the door on the inside and outside as you stated. We may all be jumping to a different conclusion about what you're planning to do. On the other hand, for under $100 you could do better than a builder's special light fixture and add some visual interest.
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mflohelp
I've already put up a pic of the crown mding that goes on the inside. Below is an addition outside option.
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