How to Add Window Case Molding
By: Danny Lipford
People with older homes often ask how they can update and upgrade the interior trim inexpensively. One of the best ways is to add casings around windows that only have drywall returns.
- Replace both the existing window stool and apron at the bottom of the window. The new pieces will need to be slightly wider to accommodate the case molding you’ll add on the sides.
Choose new case molding that matches the material used elsewhere in the room, around doors or cased openings.
- The side pieces will have a square cut at the bottom where they meet the stool, and a 45-degree miter cut at the top.
- The top piece of molding has a 45-degree miter cut on each side that matches up with the two side pieces.
Once the drywall is painted along with the new molding, no one but you will know it isn’t a fully cased window.
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