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Trims and moldings were initially created by the ancient Greek civilizations to beautify their structures. The Romans adopted and further refined the practice, then passed the tradition down to European, and eventually, American architecture. Now, we look to trims and moldings to add style and décor to our homes.
There are many different molding and trim options to choose from; from basic and practical to majestic and elegant. Your painter can install a decorative chair-rail to separate contrasting colors, or create a wainscoting look. Panel moldings can achieve a more classic, traditional look than wallpaper or texture. Panels can also be used to highlight a ceiling. Baseboard, dental moldings, window trim, and several different designs of crown molding are also available.
Trims and mouldings are manufactured out of different materials for consumers to choose from.
Moldings and trims can be used to create the illusion of a larger space.; although, too large of a trim can have an opposite effect. A general guide to go by –1" of molding for every foot of wall height, and for lower ceiling rooms, ½ ” to ¾” per foot.
Whether you just want to add some defining edges to your rooms, or decide to let your creative enthusiasm run wild, call a certified professional today to help you choose which styles of moulding and trim are right for you.
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