Interior trim and moldings add visual interest to the home. They are an easy way to change the look of your space without spending a lot of time (or money). Because there are so many types of interior trim, it’s easy to find a style that fits your design taste. Below, we will explore the most common types of trim and molding.
Baseboards are the trim that covers the lower portion of your wall. It’s usually made of wood and is designed to cover the area where your floor meets the wall. Almost all homes have baseboards. However, you can install baseboards that specifically match your design taste. This will create a uniform look, tying even the smallest details into your interior design.
Casing refers to the molding that goes around windows and doors. Like baseboards, casing appears in virtually every home. However, you can change the cut and style of your casing to change the look of your home. Talk to your designer about matching your baseboard and casing styles.
A chair rail is a piece of horizontal molding that goes along a wall. Not surprisingly, it is often about the height of a chair. Chair rails are a simple touch that can add elegance to your home. They add visual interest to large walls and also make it easy to paint a room multiple colors. Many homeowners like to add wainscoting or paneling along with chair rails for a cohesive and classy finish.
Crown molding is a piece of decorative molding that is attached to the top portion of a wall. Unlike baseboards, this interior trim is not included in the majority of homes. Therefore, it is an addition that will wow your visitors and increases your home value.
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