Your home’s aesthetic appeal isn’t something that is affected by its exterior elements, such as your siding and casement windows, alone. Your interior living spaces also play a role, the appearance of which is greatly affected by your choice of window trim. As such, you’ll want your window trim and home interior to match.
Here’s how you can accomplish this:
Consistently Use the Trim
According to experts, your home will look its best if your trim work conforms to a single architectural style. To accomplish this, it’s highly recommended that trim in formal rooms like the living room should be of a consistent style. Avoid going overboard as much as possible as too much can overpower the room and detract from its other interior elements.
Make Sure the Elements Go Together
You have a number of trim choices available to you so make sure that your selections suit one another, especially in areas where the trim pieces intersect. For example, window replacement pros say your baseboard and chair rail shouldn’t be thicker than your window casings.
Keep It to Scale
In terms of size, on the other hand, your trim and moldings should always match the size of your rooms. Unfortunately, since there’s no easy way to accomplish this in any given situation, it’s best that you enlist the aid of professionals to help you install trim around your home.
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