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My first cupola.

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  • #578410
    Stilla
    Pro

    Its a 2 piece crown, window jamb extensions, window stool, apron, paneling on drywall. Real pain to do, windows were not plumb or square to each other. the structure is twisted as a result. But, its 25 feet in the air, and a Chandelier is going to obstruct the great job I did.

    #578414
    Stilla
    Pro

    Sorry the size of the image was to big.

    #578455
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    That came out just beautiful. What do you use for the crown and and trim ? MDF? Do you live-work in the cold?

    #578469
    Stilla
    Pro

    Everything you see is poplar. Its a 2 piece crown, the first layer sits against the ceiling, is’t a rip off the baseboard we used in the home.The 2nd piece is a 5 and 1/2 inch crown. There is no mdf used in this application. I live and work in Connecticut,I have no choice but to work in the cold.

    #578471
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    Wow, Just beautiful work! What kind of building is it that has a cupola like that?

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    #578487
    Stilla
    Pro

    Its a 13,000 sq ft custom home in Greenwich Connecticut.

    #578488

    That is awesome work. The painting job looks flawless. Congrats on a job well done. I hope you the homeowner recognizes your great work.

    #578493
    JimDaddyO
    Pro
    Wawa, ON

    Looks very nice. Lots going on there with all the contours.

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    #578520

    Its a 2 piece crown, window jamb extensions, window stool, apron, paneling on drywall. Real pain to do, windows were not plumb or square to each other. the structure is twisted as a result. But, its 25 feet in the air, and a Chandelier is going to obstruct the great job I did.

    Just wow, great job on the moldings, looks amazing, I am sure you will still be able to appreciate your quantity work, even after the chandelier.

    #578523
    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    Nice work what kiND of light you gonna install. You should Def use the new style leds that puts out light and won’t be bad idea if you put rgb flood light pointing at the ceiling that will ve cool also.

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    #578528
    WoodsConstruction
    Pro
    Sudbury, ON

    That turned out fantastic. Great work.

    #578541
    MrFid
    Pro
    Sudbury, MA

    Its a 13,000 sq ft custom home in Greenwich Connecticut.

    Did you do the whole house? Would love to see more pics if you have them since I’ll never be inside a house in Greenwich.

    #578580
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I live and work in Connecticut,I have no choice but to work in the cold.

    Oh ok I had no idea where you where you were at. I have no choice but to work in the heat. We use a almost all MDF out here, it seems to work better for us. My son just started grad school up there in Cambridge Mass. and he will be getting climate shock soon.

    #578634
    RonW
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    Holladay, Tn

    Nice looking work you have done here. I don’t envy having to do that much trim up 25′ though.

    Ron

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    #578635
    Stilla
    Pro

    They installed LED light strips on the top of the window stool to light up the cupola. In the pic I posted you can see the romex on the stool. The cupola sits at the top of a vaulted ceiling, and they used these LED lights to light the everything up. They are about 1,000 dollars for a 4 foot section.

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    Stilla
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    Yeah, I trimmed whole home with 1 other finish carpenter, an apprentice, and a laborer. We were on the job for about 1 year. Here are some pics of the room the cupola rest in. Its a 4 piece flying crown that measures over 13 inches. I also threw in a pic of the main stair case, where we did some panel work.

    #578648
    Stilla
    Pro

    Thank you all for the awesome responses.

    #578793

    Thanks for the pic’s. You work is very nice!!

    #578810
    MrFid
    Pro
    Sudbury, MA

    Yeah, I trimmed whole home with 1 other finish carpenter, an apprentice, and a laborer. We were on the job for about 1 year. Here are some pics of the room the cupola rest in. Its a 4 piece flying crown that measures over 13 inches. I also threw in a pic of the main stair case, where we did some panel work.

    Wow gorgeous work. I bet a house like that in Greenwich went for a sizeable sum.

    My son just started grad school up there in Cambridge Mass. and he will be getting climate shock soon.

    Dirty you’re right about that!! Hopefully this winter is more like last winter than the one two years ago. That year was painful in Eastern Mass.

    #578867
    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    Yeah, I trimmed whole home with 1 other finish carpenter, an apprentice, and a laborer. We were on the job for about 1 year. Here are some pics of the room the cupola rest in. Its a 4 piece flying crown that measures over 13 inches. I also threw in a pic of the main stair case, where we did some panel work.

    Wow surprised you don’t have a bigger crew to get it done faster than that. A couple of the bigger ones we have done about the same size we had about 6 finish carpenters.

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