Don’t forget about the rest of a room when you’re planning your molding and trim. While ceilings and floors are natural places to start, don’t feel limited. Trim fits in the middle of the wall, three-quarters down from the ceiling, around windows and doors, or along the edges of architectural features such as built-in bookcases or recessed panels in walls or ceilings.
Design Wall Using Trim
Trim is a great way to add style and finish to your walls. It can be used as a frame for your favorite painting, photos or anything else that needs a bit of shine. Trim molding is available in many different styles and designs.
See: SHIPLAP BATHROOM
The look of shiplap is very popular in the home décor world today. It has a distinct look that can make any room more beautiful. Many people like to use shiplap in the bathroom. This can be done in a number of different ways. It can be painted or stained at a later point if you choose.
Extending Trim To The Top
Here, molding not only frames the doorways and the base and top of the walls, but it also continues beyond, framing out beams and turning an ordinary ceiling into a real eye-catcher.
Trim and molding have been used in home design for hundreds of years. It can be easy to get creative with trim styles, since you are really limited only by your imagination. You can use chunky, wide, or layered trim for a bold elegant look. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call Dependable Painting and Remodeling for all your home improvement needs!