POPSUGAR Home Poll Do You Have Crown or Baseboard Molding in Your Home? by Home 11/09/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Source Read More MoldingCrown MoldingPolls POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Home Vegetarian Love and Sex Food DIY Tech Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. sarah-t-a 6 years thankfully my house had it, I don't think I could live without it The-City-Girl 6 years mletrav, you must live in San Francisco : ) I knew exactly what you meant by "Marina Style" apartment, but I think that only people in SF would get it ;-) LoveSarah 6 years I have a new apartment, and they put it in. Ashybaylor 6 years Our house was built last year, and we have both. It is beautiful. vmruby 6 years We've recently finished putting an addition on our home and we have both crown and base molding.Although it can be very expensive (we also added them both to the rest of the house) it looks gorgeous and adds so much to the decor..... Zivanod 6 years Adding crown molding is on my to-do list for the new year. booglass 6 years We have base molding. I like crown molding but it simply doesn't go with the design scheme of my home. mletrav 6 years In our 1912 "marina style" flat, we've got basebaords and picture molding, which I love. Many of our walls are painted soft white, but the ceilings are colored, with the color extending down to the (white) picture molding, which I think is a nice, subtle way to include color. And then there's trim around windows, doors, etc, not to mention some built-in bookcases. All in all, I'm pretty pleased, although I've thought about adding chair rails or panel moulding in some rooms. The-City-Girl 6 years In my Edwardian condo we have built-in consoles with leaded glass, crown molding, baseboards, box-beam or cathedral-cornered ceilings, doorframes with crown molding, beadboarding in the kitchen and bathrooms, and wainscoting in the dining room with a ledge 3/4th up. I LOVE old house charm! :-D The-City-Girl 6 years In my Edwardian condo we have built-in consoles with leaded glass, crown molding, baseboards, box-beam or cathedral-cornered ceilings, doorframes with crown molding, beadboarding in the kitchen and bathrooms, and wainscoting in the dining room with a ledge 3/4th up.I LOVE old house charm! :-D SarahPW 6 years we also have beautiful crown molding, and molding much like the one in the pic, above our fireplace. The molding is white, and we painted the room a deep chocolate brown, so it really makes all the molding pop. people thought we were crazy to paint the living room such a dark color, but with all of the white molding, it really works! rickimc 6 years My house that I am closing on later this month has a chair rail on one wall in the bedroom, and we are going to try to complete it. swingsetgirl 6 years We have both baseboard and crown, as well as moulding around every window and doorway (going to be a HUGE painting task). It was a built-in perk, but our condo isn't very old. Kimpossible 6 years Base molding only. Kimpossible 6 years Base molding only. Berlin 6 years We remodeled our apartment (we've been here almost 8 years!) so crown moldings were one of the additions:) The entire place is definitely a show-stopper!! Which, along with the great rent and location, is another reason why we're still here after so long just renting lol.