Wood trim

Transform your home with the timeless beauty of wood trim. Discover top ideas to add character and elegance to your space with the perfect wood trim.
The Pros & Cons Of Painting Wood Trim - Modern Painting & Remodeling Home, Decoration, Oak Wood Trim, Wood Baseboard, Natural Wood Flooring, Oak Trim, Interior Wood Trim, Moldings And Trim, Natural Wood Trim

If you’re moving into an old home you’re probably facing a sea of dark wood trim and crown molding. While this is a common feature in old craftsman and bungalow homes, it may not be a style for everyone. As a new homeowner you may want to change up the old world look and make…

M Godfrey
Home Décor, Design, Diy, Stained Wood Trim, Stained Trim, Stained Doors, Natural Wood Trim, Stained Interior Doors, Wood Molding Trim

If your home has a lot of wood trim, whether floors, doors, or window casings, you may be wondering if you can mix in some white painted trim with the wood? Some people like to mix things up, and some people like cohesion. Which is the case for wood and white trim? We’ve researched to […]

Liz Morejon
Interior, Farmhouse Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodel, Farmhouse Trim, Farmhouse Interior, Modern Farmhouse Interiors, Kitchen Design Open, Home Kitchens, Kitchen Reno

There were a handful of must haves for this final build of ours. One being the interior door style. I planned a majority of the interior design around a certain style of door: a 5 equal, raised panel door. Why, you ask? Well, I knew there would be a lot of white + a lot of natural light throughout t

Tammy Renfro
Home, Interior Design, Decoration, Design, Home Décor, Apartment Therapy, Interior, Home Decor, Cozy Living Rooms

A commenter on my Wood Paneling Done Fabulously post asked, “How about a post on houses with natural wood trim, instead of the ubiquitous painted trim? Show us how that can look terrific, too!” I’m on it! In Erin & Rob’s House Tour Survey, they cited the woodwork as their biggest challenge: “It brings such warmth to the apartment but can make things looks really heavy and dark, which is great…if you want to live in an English hunting lodge.

Laura VM

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