Color for the trim – great design tips for you
During renovation work, one often finds that the smallest repairs can be the most difficult. For example, consider searching for color for the trim. It’s a detail, which super much stressing out most home owners.
Do you have a decorative strip of good quality, that looks nice without additional interventions? You are a lucky kid. In this article, we want to help those who want to paint their own trim.
A successful combination
People loving the contrast
Use color on the beautiful body of the doors and frames. Do you have walls which are painted in beautiful, dark colors? Then the appearance of white trim would be super crisp be.
A perfect contrast and a touch of colonial
A minimalist look
Want a more minimalistic appearance or you simply want to mitigate the impact of the trim piece used by the Builder? In this case, you should eliminate then prefer these in the color of the surrounding walls. Use a semigloss finish and so the care will be much easier.
Minimalist chandelier in the IKEA style
You should keep the beautiful architectural elements and you can emphasize but also wonderful with a beautiful color. So they will really stand out and yet you would achieve a clean look.
Oak and cherry wood add more elegance and warmth
Have difficulty to determine the color of the trim piece? An effective rule of thumb is to use a shade from the color palette of the room. The white paint can as a “Cooler” are used. You could install various white colors side by side. The effect is gorgeous.
Some of the surfaces will be beige similar and others could have shades of red, yellow and green.
Bed linen, pillows and small works of art in fresh colours
The grass has down-to-Earth and calming effect
Retro flair in cool shades
Do you have a warm color palette in the room? Then you could install one such on the trim. This will certainly help to create a very harmonious atmosphere.
Sunny mood swing
The mixtures of neutral colours have achieved wonderful results pictured introduced last in our article. Do you recognize the different neutral shades on the walls, the ceiling and the trim piece and how they play together? Nice, isn’t it?
Neutral tones and fine textures of Martha O’Hara Interiors