The terms "crown molding" and "trim" have been known to confuse people, especially since these terms are sometimes used interchangeably. But while they are closely related, there is a distinct difference in crown molding vs. trim. Actually, crown molding is trim: "Trim" is an umbrella term that includes pieces of different styles that are placed in different parts of a room. Other types of trim include baseboards, placed along walls where they meet the floor; chair rails, which run across the middle part of a wall; and casings, which are placed around openings like windows and doors. Crown molding, however, is a type of trim installed along the ceiling. Though it's often made with elaborate and detailed designs, what defines it as crown molding is its placement where the ceiling and wall meet.
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