The Trim Painting Technique That Will Make A Big Difference In Your Room
When it comes to interior design and renovation, trims don't always take center focus. It's all about wall colors and furniture. However, these borders can transform your space. Design culture is pushing the limits of the classic white edging. From peel-and-stick metal trim that elevates your room to dark framing that creates a historic vibe, these frames are finally getting the attention they deserve.
Although to make the most out of painting windowsill, doorframes, baseboards, and all kinds of millwork, bright and bold is the way to go. This colorful upgrade makes your space feel larger, luminous, and chic.
Just keep in mind painting your trim is a tedious renovation. It must be hand-painted with a brush to get a smooth look and cover all the nooks and crannies. You'll need semi-gloss finish paint, too, for easy cleaning. Nevertheless, all your hard work will pay off when you see your magazine-worthy home.
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Adding vibrant hues to the basic white borders will give any room new life. "Painting window frames and trim in colors that are bright and airy will lead the eye to the natural light coming in," Interior designer Maria T told Decor Aid. "I use this design trick when I am designing a small space because it helps the room appear expansive and roomier than a cooler shade would."
When you have a bright trim, it is necessary for a transition so it doesn't feel too stark. Play with wallpaper, textured walls, carpet, and artwork to balance out the contrasting edging. With this design, the trim serves as a gorgeous frame for the room's decor.
The windows, doors, and molding become a focal point. Having all the trims in the same shade creates a cohesive design. However, you can amp up the allure with slightly varying tints. There is no hiding colorful trims, so picking the right hue is critical.
Choosing the perfect color for your trim comes down to your style. It also depends on your wall color. You can create a two-tone effect by painting the framing a slightly brighter shade from the walls. This style creates a gradient look and adds dimension, regardless of whether it's beige walls with eggshell window frames or navy blue walls with ocean-blue door casings.
Another stand-out look is high contrast. Opposite tones on the color wheel — red and green, yellow and purple, or blue and orange — make for the greatest juxtaposition. They will complement each other while holding their ground. However, the brighter the trim in comparison to the wall color, the greater its spacious effect will be.
To maximize the difference a bright trim can make, go for a vibrant color with a neutral tone wall. You can also use light borders to highlight wallpaper patterns. It will be a pop of color you never knew you needed.