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The interior trim you choose is as personal as your individual taste, but there are guides you can follow to help make every trim decision a perfect one. One of the most important rules of thumb is to keep the style of your trim consistent with your home style and from room to room. Pair Colonial-style crown moulding with Modern door casing and you’ll get lots of attention, but most likely not the kind you’re going for.
Getting ready to sell your home this spring or summer? Don’t forget about the exterior of your house – it’s just as important as the interior, if not more. Amanda Nichols Arritt, an associate broker for Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, states that it’s really the appearance of the exterior that gives homeowners their first impression of a house.
Picture frame moulding and column wraps are two of the hardest-working forms of interior trim. Ornate or simple in design, they add a distinctively polished and sophisticated look to any room—whether accenting picture railing and crown moulding to give walls greater purpose or dressing up utilitarian poles to complete a finished basement.