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Many rooms have deep carved crown molding around the ceilings.
According to the property listing, the sunny apartment features oversized windows, wide-plank hardwood floors, a formal entry foyer, and a master suite with ornate crown molding.
Rooms are decorated in ocean tones of blues, greens, and sand, and have ash furnishings and crown moldings.
Lobby as salon: Years of additions and modifications were stripped from the historic building to reveal original columns, crown moldings and a marble floor in the lobby.
In the second-floor hallway there are original ceiling beams, and the home has arched doorways and crown molding.
For example, the handsome dining hall has intricate, gold-leafed plaster as crown molding, more than a foot deep.
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Definition of crown molding for English Language Learners
: a long, narrow decorative piece of wood that is used in some rooms to cover the place where the walls and ceiling come together
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