What kind of trim is this?

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    vinny186

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    Looks to be custom or possibly two different widths of trim stacked?

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    Can you get closer from a few angles.
     
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    It is a coffered ceiling w/ flat panel inserts (normally seen in wall wainscoting) stained.

    It is absolutely beautiful! :banana:
     
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    KULTULZ

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    This is the first time I have seen this variation of design (of course I am no professional either). I think it looks not as bold as a regular coffer and will suit a smaller room.

    This would look great (IMO) in a paneled room.

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    May well have been run in a cabinet shop.
     
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    It could be built up with a flat 1x6 and some ogee trim.
     
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    Thanks for all the replies!
     
  9. Jun 11, 2016 #9

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    Could also be 1 X 4 flat stock and base cap molding, or chair rail backer, hard to say which it is from that picture.
     

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