Crown molding can be intimidating because walls often are not flat and nailing is difficult. So, it is important to know how to install the trim on the walls and ceiling first, then add crown, and those combination will look elegant and go up easily than a single large piece. Consider to make a quick sketch of the room and jot down the length if each wall.
Apply masking tape to your wall, mark the positions with a chalk line and locate studs and ceiling joists; if you want to paint your wall, wait a couple of weeks before you apply the tape. When doing this project, you will need a sturdy work surface that lets you clamp down the crown molding for coping. Also set up two ladders even if you are only work alone, otherwise you will spend half your time dragging a ladder from one end of the wall to the other. Take a look at these 34 best flying crown molding that perfect for your home below.