B.H. Davis Company - Radius Millwork Specialists



Drywall bullnose outside CROWN corner mouldings 





crown drywall bullnose corner2          sheetrock bullnose corner crown1
(Click on the images to see a larger view.)


This is a large bullnose corner crown molding shown during
installation and when completed and painted.

While viewing the enlarged version of these images take note of
how accurately we were able to match our curved corners to
the customer's straight lengths.  Only light hand sanding
was required to bring the parts into perfect alignment.





7" poplar crown moulding made for a radius sheetrock corner



dry wall corner crown


This is a 7" face poplar crown moulding that will wrap around
a 3/4" radius bullnose drywall corner.  It has 4" tangent 
straight legs on both ends to make for easier joining of the
straight crown moulding to this corner component.  

Our customer sent in samples of the straight crown mouldings being
used throughout the house.  There were two versions of the profile,
one at 5" and one at 7".  We supplied exact matches for both profiles,
allowing the crown mouldings to properly transition around all
the 90 degree bull nose outside corners.

We can make these corners to match most any
straight crown moulding, or we can
supply the straight
mouldings to go with the curved corners if you prefer.




sheetrock bull nose crown

In this end view photo of the same bullnose crown corner you can
see that the moulding is cut from a solid glued up poplar block.







bull nose drywall crown molding




bull nose drywall crown molding


The above two photos show a 3 1/2" face size
bull nose crown molding.  This is an MDF
moulding that was made to match an existing
straight crown moulding profile.  MDF was used
because it is a very stable product that paints
cleanly and is less expensive than maple or
poplar when used in paint grade applications.





We also make baseboard and chair rail mouldings for
these rounded outside wall corners.  We supply these
components with 3" to 4" long straight legs just as
on the crown mouldings above.  While this makes for
a somewhat more expensive corner moulding the
extra cost is offset by a noticeable installation labor savings.
Since our corner moulding goes all the way around
the corner and several inches down the adjoining wall
it allows for a straight foward joint between the
radius corner and straight length components.






B.H. DAVIS COMPANY
PO BOX 452, THOMPSON, CT 06277
PHONE: (860)923-2771 FAX: (860) 923-3495


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