Installing Cabinet Crown when Ceilings are Unlevel

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Old 06-30-18, 03:23 PM
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Installing Cabinet Crown when Ceilings are Unlevel

My husband & I installed white shaker cabinets in our kitchen. There are three separate pieces of trim to be attached to the uppers to fill the gap between the top of the cabinets and the ceiling. (See the photo.) We did great with the first two trim layers...and then we got to the crown molding. Installation was fine on the first wall of cabinets; when we started to install the crown on the other wall of cabinets, however, there was less space between the bottom trim and the bottom of the crown than what there was on the other molding we had already installed. My husband believes the ceiling must be lower in this area. How do we address this problem so that the spacing between the pieces of trim is the same on this wall of cabinets as the others?
 
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Sounds like the only thing you can do is lower the cabinets.
 
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We can’t lower the cabinets because of the refrigerator placement. Any other suggestions?
 
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Use a magic wand?
 
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