It makes an amazing difference
a good idea to buy coving with pre-cut corners, as cutting the corners yourself can be tricky. Even pre-cut corners don’t necessarily fit perfectly because rooms in old houses often aren’t square, so you may have to do some clever filling. Always use the adhesive recommended for the coving you’ve bought and have some panel pins to hand – you may need them to keep the coving up while the adhesive dries. You’ll need to use lots of paintable caulk or flexible filler to fill in and around lightweight coving – this is time-consuming, but necessary to get a good finish.
Coving on the interior of a period property