My husband and I are very much the do-it-yourself type homeowners. We live in a triple wide and have re-drywalled about 80% of the house with only the mudroom/washroom, master bedroom and master bath left. We repainted the bathroom years ago and installed a new tub but that was the extent of that redo. Because we opt to do the work ourselves sometimes projects take longer than expected. Like five years longer. Yes, we have been putting off and putting off the crown molding project in the living room and dining room/kitchen forever! The part that scared us the most was the angles. My hubby insisted that we would not be able to handle cutting all of the funky angles because of the fact that the rooms are vaulted. I insisted we could but who knows, maybe it is much more complex than I'm imagining (even though I imagine it being very difficult). What's a girl to do when she's been staring at an unfinished path of rooms for what seems like an eternity? We decided to think outside the box. The hubby had asked me my opinion of using molding on the very top of the wall where it meets the ceiling and I shot that idea down immediately.