Are you redesigning your house? Upgrading or remodeling a space? Here at CDM Woodworking we are highly skilled professionals that have years of expercience in custom molding.It is our pleasure to work in Antioch, Illinois and the surrounding community.

CDM Woodworking is your one-stop shop for your custom wood molding needs. Our specialist team can craft any profile you desire, even from a small sample or drawing. Every piece of our custom molding and millwork is prepared and inspected with precise, clean lines for a perfect fit. We also provide standard molding options to meet your needs.

We Offer Custom Molding

We take pride in our ability to bring confidence and support to your needs for a skilled craftsman to help you design custom molding perfect for your desired space. 

  • Standard & Custom Molding: Design from scratch using a small sample or drawing.
  • Re-Trim: Create a quick and fast update to existing mold to enhance your space.
  • Woodworking Services: Professionals at manufacturing wood products of all types.

When you schedule an appointment with CDM Woodworking, they can walk you through their gallery and help you decide which design is best for you. Allow CDM to partner with you in helping you design and bring your vision to life.

Our Professionals Work in Antioch, Illionois

CDM Woodworking is proud to offer custom molding throughout Antioch, Illinois. Antioch is a small village within Lake County. This community has more than 14,000 residents that are nestled in the Chain O’Lakes waterway system. 

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CUSTOM MOLDING

Below are some of our most commonly asked questions about our custom molding.

WHERE SHOULD YOU NOT PUT CROWN MOLDING?

Crown Molding will not fit or look good on cathedral or vaulted ceilings. Typically, Crown Molding will need a distinctive starting and stopping point. Ideally, going around the room in both directions and meeting again will look best. Crown molding is also not recommended in areas with low ceilings. It draws the eye upward, creating the illusion of higher ceilings. This effect might not be desirable in a room with a low ceiling, as it can make it feel cramped.

WHAT IS THE BIG DEAL ABOUT CROWN MOLDING? 

When used in the right setting, crown molding can add a touch of luxury to a room. This makes it popular for formal living areas, dining rooms, or master bedrooms. Crown molding is popular because it:

  • It makes a room look elegant.
  • Conceals flaws in walls and ceilings.
  • Adapts to various room styles.
  • It can increase a home’s value.
  • It can be customized with paint.

Crown Molding adds the finishing touch. Crown Molding helps create a homier space. The decorative addition is great for ceilings and walls while enhancing your area. It is a versatile choice to elevate the look of their home.

How do I choose the right style of crown molding for my room?

Choosing the perfect crown molding for your room requires considering a few factors. Consider the room’s style. Classic crown molding suits traditional spaces, while modern rooms enjoy simpler designs. Next, consider your ceiling height. Taller ceilings can handle larger and more ornate molding. Lower ceilings look best with narrower and less decorative options. Choose molding that complements architectural features in the room, like beams or columns. Go with a style you like and match the room’s décor. Bringing home samples to see how they fit in your space can be helpful before making a final decision. 

Do I need a professional to install my crown molding?

Whether to hire a pro for crown molding installation depends on your DIY skills. Hiring a pro is often a good idea if you need to become more experienced with carpentry or home improvement. They have the skills and tools to ensure a precise and secure installation. But if you’re confident in your DIY abilities and have the necessary tools, you can try it. Be prepared for a learning curve and potential challenges along the way.

Is crown molding always made of wood?

Crown molding is not always made of wood. Wood is popular but comes in various materials to suit preferences and budgets. Common alternatives to wood include polyurethane, plaster, and medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Each material has advantages and can be painted or stained to achieve the desired look. The choice of material often depends on cost, durability, and the desired look.

Contact CDM Woodworking Today

Need help with your next project? Don’t hesitate to call CDM Woodworking. We can help take the stress of building and make this a fun experience for you. Call us now at 847-262-3702 or reach out to us by Email: office@cdmwoodworking.com