to 3-1/2 inches. Naturally, I flipped
the ogee upside-down so the scroll
showed and wrapped the top with a
cove mold. I hold the base back
from the ears of the sill about 1-
1/2 inch. Once wrapped with the
cove mold, the entire assembly is
about 3/4-inch inside the sill.
Installation Note:Iit’s easier to
mark the center of the sill on the
wall about 4 inches below it. Once
my apron trim is cut, I mark the
center of that on the scrolled edge.
To install it I simply match up the
lines and tack it. I check each side
just to be sure my math is right,
and then nail it off.
The apron completes the trimless
window, and the room is now ready
for the trim package of your choice,
from crown or cornice molding at
the top to base molding at the bottom. But that’s another story…