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Buying Interior Molding & Trim

Molding is a great transition piece bringing the wall and ceiling together creating the feel of a room. Most interior designers today would agree that every room can be improved with the use of molding and trim.

rim boards, also called molding pieces, gracefully cover joints between different surfaces and materials. The most common applications are casings around windows and doors and base moldings at the bottom of a wall.

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Crown molding is sometimes used to dress up the joint where wall meets ceiling, and various decorative trims, including chair rail and picture molding, are used to add interest to a wall or ceiling. If you enjoy installing or repairing a fireplace mantle, staircase parts, wainscoting or paneling, you will find a wide variety of trims made to suit those situations.

Trim pieces are identified by their profiles- how they look when viewed at their ends. You can find profile charts at home centers and from online suppliers to help you choose the right board for your purpose.

Interior Trim Types

The word “trim” refers to almost every applied decorative element you can think of, including baseboard, door and window casings, chair rail, picture rail, crown molding, pediments, pilasters, columns, ceiling medallions, corbels, spandrels, mantels, and fireplace surrounds.

Read more: https://www.hometips.com/buying-guides/trim-types-interior.html

 

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