Interior Trim: Touching Things Up
When it comes to adding that extra bit of something to a home, one of the easiest ways to achieving big bang for your buck is interior trim. Sure, you’re probably familiar with things like baseboards and door and window trim, but what you may not realize is just how much of a difference even those small details can make. They help make a room feel more complete and add aesthetic appeal, so choosing the right color, style, and finish is not something to do without careful consideration.
It’s All About How You Finish
Baseboards are hardly the extent of interior trim, however. Crown moulding draws the eye up the wall and adds elegance to the room; chair rails bring decorative design into a space where you may want to play with variations on color with different paints or wallpapers; well-chosen trim can set off even the plainest doors and windows; fireplace mantels can lavish luxury or inject rusticity; plinth blocks open the door to gorgeous design; and rosettes class up corners and beautifully seal up a ceiling.
No matter the size or style of your home, the many options available for interior trim will make your home feel more special and unique. It’s a simple way to add a custom touch to each room; and while it may seem rather inconsequential to the overall feel of a home, the ways trim affects both aesthetic appeal and resale value is priceless.
Even the simplest trim work isn’t as simple as it looks to install, so if your home needs an update and you’ve chosen trim as your best bet, working with a home remodeling contractor may be in your best interest. Doing it yourself can seem like a fun idea, but the professionals will have experience in getting measurements correct and working around corners and into crevices, so the time and hassle you save will prove worth the investment, even if you’re only thinking about a small project.
Walk through each room and think about what may be missing…you may just realize that you don’t need to knock down any walls to achieve the home of your dreams. Trimming things up could add some spice to your kitchen or bring a touch of class to your bath, so consult with a kitchen remodeling contractor or a bath remodeling contractor for some ideas that will suit your needs.
Trim your home in excellence! Give the experts at Omega Construction & Design, Inc., a call today!