Molding is a piece of narrow wood added to customize a cabinet to the space. Molding can be used to cover gaps or indiscrepancies, serve as a personalized decor or accent, or both.
Molding refers to any piece of wood that is added to the cabinet. This includes Crown molding, in cabinetry, is the finishing piece of wood used to cover the gap between the top of a wall cabinet and the ceiling to conne... More, which is affixed to the top of the Cabinets mounted above the counter and directly to the wall. Also known as "upper cabinets." There are two types of wall cabinets based on t... More to the ceiling; A thin piece of wood used to cover gaps and imperfections between the cabinets and the walls. Scribe molding can hide visible spaces between... More, which covers gaps between the wall and cabinet box during installation; and This is a wood trim that finishes the bottom of wall cabinets, specifically to hide lights mounted beneath the cabinetry. While light rail m... More, which is finished at the bottom of the wall cabinet and hides lighting fixtures mounted beneath the box. The This bottom panel of wood covers up the standing structures of the base cabinets. When installing multiple cabinets, a single long toe kick ... More is also technically a molding; hiding the bottom edges of the base cabinets.