What Can You Do With Decorative Wood Trim Molding?

What Can You Do With Decorative Wood Trim Molding?

New trends in interior design come every season. You want to apply some of these new styles, but pull back later on because of the cost. The good news is you can revitalize an outdated space with decorative wood trim molding. The architectural detail is not only affordable but also quite timeless in its appeal.

Hindsight on Trendy Molding

Moldings have many kinds of designs and each one has a particular use. The classic ones have been around for quite a while now. They are effective when you want to elevate your home’s interior design.

But not all trim moldings would go well with certain parts of your home.

For instance, there’s a difference between supporting and terminating moldings. You use a terminating molding atop the other trim to show how the design ends. An example of this type of is a caveto.

A supporting molding, on the other hand, is convex. For example, you use it below a shelf for support. One example of this kind is an ovolo.

Spots in Your Home for Decorative Molding

You’ll see molding design typically as crown molding. It’s not only timeless but easy-to-install as well. But decorative molding can enhance other features in your home, not just along the ceiling.

One way to start improving your home’s interior would be to give your closets and cupboards a makeover. Some paint with a couple of frames screwed onto the cupboard’s doors can give it a new-look.

If you’re looking for ways to transform your windows, you can use the trim molding to embellish them, creating a visually interesting feature. If you want to be bold and playful, you can add some colors and patterns to give your typical windows the refreshed look that you want.

If you want to emphasize the drama of a long, winding staircase, add moldings on the walls. If you want to simply highlight the tread and risers, you can install the molding close to the steps. You can also fix up your light switch plates. You can turn a functional feature into an eye-catching one with trimmed panels around the plate. It’s one of the more inexpensive ways to finish off a space, from a bedroom to a home office. You can keep it as simple as you want, with a classic design or elaborate, with an ornate design.

Other areas to consider for decorative molding are closet doors, fireplaces, cabinets, and an entire wall with framed photos.

Perfect for Your Home

Our decorative moldings come in various styles, so we’re certain you’ll find the right pieces to enhance the beauty of your unique home.

We use only Eastern white pines, allowing us to ensure the durability and beauty of every product. We also convert every piece of wood cut from lower grade pine into fertilizers, helping us meet our zero-waste policy.

With over 17 years in the manufacturing industry, contractors and homeowners trust our products for their projects.

To find out more, you can give us a call today.

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