Since we have been on the subject of Trim and Wood working these past few months, I thought all you out there would like to read a little bit more of about the different styles of TRIM and how to better incorporate it in your home. I of course am a BIG fan of ALL trim work…but you already knew that:P
So I would like you to meet Susi, today’s guest post, a writer for Arcadian Lighting, a must-shop resource for beautiful light fixtures and lamps online. Visit their website and cool blog for more information. Enjoy!
Wood trimmed walls add a traditional architectural element to a room. Wood trim can be used to create picture frames or in strips to imitate wainscoting and custom millwork. Rooms with wood trimmed walls have built-in style that can work with a number of different decors.
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White painted wood trim frames the headboard in this room. Large frames of wood trim allow plenty of room to hang art or lighting.
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Wood trim becomes a type of paneling around the fireplace in this living room. Painted all white, the wood trim, or millwork, becomes an architectural element.
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Wood trim adds a finished touch to the Ikea range hood in this charming kitchen. Wood trim unifies the hood and wall above it. Love the amazing pendant lighting.
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Wood trim on the underside of the stairs ties this area into the rest of the architectural elements of the space. Wood trim is an easy way to add architectural interest.
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Wood trim and molding create the look of wainscoting in this bathroom. The wall and wood trim are both painted white to create the illusion of custom millwork.
Image above (via) Cato’s Interior Trim
A more traditional kind of wood trim uses wood trim combined with a chair railing and baseboard molding. This design is typically painted white below the chair rail and a color or wallpapered above.
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Painted all white, walls trimmed in wood can even work with contemporary furnishings. Wood trim can be painted the same color as the walls or a contrasting color, like white.
Loving that perfect little light fixture.
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Wood trim adds design style to this blank wall, transforming it into a gallery space. Love how the middle is painted a deeper blue to draw attention to the artwork. This post was provided by Arcadian Lighting.
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