Interior trim can turn a boring room into a space suitable for formal events. With a few tools you can even do most interior trim jobs yourself. When you think about interior trim, remember, it’s not just for the floor and ceiling joints. Your windows and doors are excellent places for trim to be used. In just a few quick hours, you can make some serious upgrades to the beauty of your home.
Ceiling trim is not just for the joint between the vertical and horizontal surfaces, you can also use it as a cove moulding to create an entirely new interior space. This type of work looks great in formal dining and work rooms. Think of how beautiful your home office can be with this upgrade.
Customizing your home is all about making a lasting impression for your family and guests. Baseboard and chair rail mouldings provide your walls greater visual importance and a break from the standard wall paint. Transforming rooms into more formal gathering spaces is easy to accomplish with intricate designs. Base boards and window casings alike are available in extravagantly designed versions. The possibilities are endless.
White interior trim is the most common installed today, but just because that’s how it comes does not mean it can’t be changed! Dark or natural tones can be used to provide the stunning visual associated with trim without inferring the same level of formality. Darker colored trim is a great choice for more intimate rooms. We understand there’s a lot to consider when installing interior trim and our team at John’s Lumber is happy to walk you through the many options for the effect you are trying to achieve. Contact us or stop by our Clinton Twp. or Shelby Twp locations.