Her side of the closet has elegant, feminine touches that make this space the perfect place to start and end her day. The cream colored woodwork softens the space, while the intricate trim work gives an additional touch of elegance to this closet. The rich wood floors compliment the elegant cream woodwork, adding warmth to the space. Together, the soft, feminine color of the trim and the bold, rich color of the floor make the space warm and inviting for her.
If you’re having trouble deciding on a paint color for trim work, keep in mind that white is ideal for houses with unique trim work. The white paint used on this ceiling’s classic beams commands attention and draws the eye upward.
The mantel and trim work in this master bedroom are kept straightforward, painted in Farrow & Ball's "Pointing" with moldings applied to stimulate paneling. The marble fireplace enlivens two chairs that coordinate nicely with the aqua and white check-patterned carpet.
In this classic, 1930s home, designers kept the charm of the house in tact with trim around the windows and fireplace. With the new trim work and elegantly hung photographs, this fireplace has become a focal point for the space.
The entry of this home, which opens into the living room, is defined by a striking wood wall and ceiling. The living room is set off by two gold-leafed coffee tables that work with the gold accents within the space. High ceilings allow for the open second-floor loft, which is visually separated by contrasting trim work.
This Georgia farmhouse has an elegant exterior and beautiful mountain surroundings, so to replicate this natural beauty on the interior of the home, Ascher Davis Architects created a design that capitalized on the home's setting. Designers chose a modern look that was less fussy and formal than the initial design. It included simple, elegant trim work and a neutral color palette that would bring the lush green colors of the outside indoors. This way, the entire home would function as a piece of the mountains.
The owners of this 1930s historic home in Phoenix, Arizona wanted to redesign their space to be fun, eclectic and durable. They needed storage solutions to help keep the family of five organized, so designers added built-in shelves and a built-in drop station to help with that. To add charm to the home, designers brought in trim to finish out the fireplace and the windows, while a brown leather sofa and other simple, fun furniture pieces help to make the space livable and inviting for parents and kids alike.
White trim against mocha walls turns this hallway into a work of art. Dark wood floors add elegance to the space that provides access to the powder room. Framed artwork elevates the space and gives it a gallery feel.
Relax without a care in the world in this spacious master bathroom that offers the ultimate soaking tub, walk-in shower, and the perfect ambiance for peace and tranquility. The tile work makes this space truly inviting with detail trim, mosaic steps, and marble door surround. Add in the candle chandelier and you have a bathroom fit for royalty.
A black rug with thin white stripes works perfectly with the crisp white walls and black floor. A small white desk with black trim and a black chair create a workspace, while trinkets, books and flowers add color and personality. A white shelf blends into the wall and supports extra decor to break up the wall space.
This contemporary mudroom features neutral walls, white trim and bold punches of fuchsia for drama. Hooks, drawers and cubbies provide storage space for all members of the family. Soft gray tile on the floor works well with the pale walls.
Atlanta designer Heather Hogan Roberts purchased discount remnant fabric and trim to spend $120 on the pillows she made for the living room makeover. The white faux fur throw cost $24.99. Working with a $500 budget, she decided to keep the circular mirror in the same spot because it fills out the wall.
This Arizona-based home office doubles as a space for the home owner's interior design work. Two multicolored upholstered chairs with nailhead trim are positioned in front of a glass design table, while a large wall-to-wall window offers a stunning view of the surrounding desert landscape.
Updating your home's exterior paint can be intimidating, but there's a quick way to simplify it. When choosing new colors, remember that a color scheme consisting of three or four coordinating hues works well for most exteriors. Given this home's lack of ornate detail, three shades of earthy greens are used on the siding, trim and doors.