As used to trim a corner where a wall and a ceiling meet, a crown molding
member has a planar portion, an intermediate portion, and a mounting
flange. The planar portion is attached to the ceiling, in a first mode,
or to the wall, in a second mode. The intermediate portion may have a
coved, stepped, or curved profile. When applied to the mounting flange,
drywall-finishing material, so-called "mud" in trade parlance, is pressed
through apertures in the mounting flange, against the wall, in the first
mode, or against the ceiling, in the second mode.