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Inspiration for a transitional home design remodel in Chicago

Crown Molding Detail Closeup - Reveal

A minimal 1/2" drywall reveal joint runs below the crown molding. This subtle detail creates an elegant shadow line that blends contemporary detailing with traditional crown molding.

Inspiration for a transitional home design remodel in Chicago —  Houzz

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Questions About This Photo (19)
vegas7800 wrote:January 11, 2012
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    dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
    In this project the drywall contractor used a drywall edge bead in the shape of letter "z". This makes for sharp edges that look amazing.
  • vegas7800
    Thank you, I'll check into it as I love the look.
Brenda Perez wrote:January 13, 2012
ryanstein wrote:February 22, 2012
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    dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
    Yes - Please call me at 773-423-2921. Thanks - Kevin / dSPACE
Joyce C wrote:March 12, 2012
  • Matt Brown

    First off... beautiful timeless design. Nailed it!!

    Second, It seems this question has been asked many times on this project; however, I have seen conflicting responses... Can you clarify the paint color for ceiling and trim (i.e., crown molding) on this project? Ceiling is Benjamin Moore Vanilla Milkshake in a flat finish, but the trim has been presented as both Benjamin Moore Vanilla Milkshake and Benjamin Moore White Dove in semi-gloss (see above replies)? Is it different in other rooms (Foyer and Grand Stair)?

    Thanks in advance.

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    dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA

    Hi Matt- thank your for your wonderful comment! To clarify, the ceilings are Vanilla Milkshake in a flat finish and the trim (crown, baseboards, etc.) are Vanilla Milkshake in a semi gloss throughout the project. We hope this helps and good luck with your project!

    Be sure to stop by our website at dspacestudio.com for more award-winning designs, and 'like' us on Facebook!


Bryan Lutz wrote:June 6, 2012
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    dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
    Hi, good question. dSPACE Studio designed the wood panel molding to be 1-1/2" wide and 1-inch proud from the drywall. The panel mold itself is wood and is located 10 inches above the baseboards and is held back 8-inches from the wall edge. Thanks for your question and good luck with your project.

    dSPACE Studio's portfolio of work can been seen at www.dspacestudio.com
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