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Bathroom Trim Ideas

Bathroom Trim Ideas

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Bathroom Trim Ideas

How to Turn a Cabinet Into a Bathroom Vanity Turn a flea market cabinet into a stylish bathroom vanity with antique charm. How to Refresh a Dated Vanity Countertop With Concrete This budget-friendly DIY solution breathes new life into an outdated bathroom vanity. Just a few hours of work and easy-to-source materials will give you a fresh, contemporary look. Make your new concrete countertop smooth and sleek or leave it more textural for a chiseled look. Build a Storage Ladder Create stylish, freestanding storage for your bathroom with this simple project. Cottage Bathroom Storage Cabinet Create stylish storage for your bathroom: This build-it-yourself shelving unit is a perfect way to make unused wall space functional. How to Make a Sink Skirt Pedestal sinks are ideal for tight spaces but often show exposed plumbing and offer little storage. An easy-to-sew sink skirt will solve both problems, providing style and function to a bathroom. Bold Bathroom Door Update Add some razzle-dazzle to a drab bathroom door with trim and fresh paint. How to Swap Out a Bathroom Faucet A budget-friendly way to customize your bathroom is by replacing a builder-grade or dated faucet with a shiny, new model that’s better suited to your taste. This plumbing project may seem intimidating, but it’s actually an easy DIY project that can be done, in most cases, in less than an hour. How to Install Wallpaper in a Bathroom All bathrooms — but especially small baths or powder rooms — can be a challenge to decorate. But they’re also a great place to be bold and add a lot of drama in a small space with a graphic wallpaper. Easily Boost Bathroom Storage With Wall-Mounted Baskets Storage is always an issue in small bathrooms. This quick and easy storage solution puts wire or wicker baskets to work to solve that problem in no time flat. How to Create a Child’s Step Stool Bathroom step stools are a must for homes with small children. This DIY version is simple to make with basic woodworking skills and is just the right height to give little ones the leg-up they need.
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Bathroom Trim Ideas

Just as the right tie can really make a suit, or a well-chosen accessory can add some pop to an outfit, molding can turn a plain square room into a true showpiece. When you’re considering how best to add trim to any room, don’t just think ceilings and floors. Trim works well along the middle of a wall, three-quarters down from the ceiling, around windows and doors, or along the edges of architectural features such as built-in bookcases or recessed panels in walls or ceilings. When it comes to trim styles, you are really limited only by your imagination: You can go with chunky, wide, or layered trim for a bold look, or opt for delicate, narrow trim to keep things elegant. Plus, you can buy molding in a variety of materials, from paintable, stainable woods to lightweight, plastic molding that doesn’t need finishing. By Michael Franco Expanded View >
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Bathroom Trim Ideas

Wood trim can create a stately, old-world look in any home, but it can wind up looking heavy. Here, the wood trim runs up onto the ceiling, generating a sense of lightness. The trim also frames the ceiling light fixture—a quick and easy way to turn a dull expanse into a true “highlight.”
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Bathroom Trim Ideas

To create a clean, modern look, use thin trim around open doorways, along the baseboard, and at the juncture of the ceiling and walls. Understated trim doesn’t steal space from the room, establishing instead an airy feel. Paint the trim just a shade darker than the walls for a calm and classy look.
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Bathroom Trim Ideas

Wood trim can create a stately, old-world look in any home, but it can wind up looking heavy. Here, the wood trim runs up onto the ceiling, generating a sense of lightness. The trim also frames the ceiling light fixture—a quick and easy way to turn a dull expanse into a true “highlight.” Related: Which Lighting Where? 9 Pro Tips for Improved Illumination studio1architects.com
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Bathroom Trim Ideas

To create a clean, modern look, use thin trim around open doorways, along the baseboard, and at the juncture of the ceiling and walls. Understated trim doesn’t steal space from the room, establishing instead an airy feel. Paint the trim just a shade darker than the walls for a calm and classy look. Related: 8 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Dining Room cherylburkeid.com
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Bathroom Trim Ideas

The use of multiple bands of trim in a room can create a dramatic effect. Here, the base molding and chair rail frame out the crisp wainscoting, while a thinner and more subdued strip of molding separates the gray- and blue-painted sections of the wall. Not using crown molding ensures that the trim doesn’t look overpowering. Related: 20 Ways to Make a Small Bathroom Big johnlumarchitecture.com
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The use of multiple bands of trim in a room can create a dramatic effect. Here, the base molding and chair rail frame out the crisp wainscoting, while a thinner and more subdued strip of molding separates the gray- and blue-painted sections of the wall. Not using crown molding ensures that the trim doesn’t look overpowering.
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Trim doesn’t always have to be placed around windows—sometimes it can be put in them as well. If you have deep-set windows, consider trimming the insides of the frames with a material like this light wood to create a fresh, Scandinavian-style feel. Painting this “inside” trim with a bold color would take the room in a more whimsical, but equally modern, direction.
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In large, vaulted interiors, running trim around the room at about the level of a typical ceiling can create the sense of a virtual ceiling. This circle of molding adds a cozy factor to a room that might otherwise feel too large and soaring. Note how the middle band of trim is painted a slightly different color to add visual interest.
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Trim doesn’t always have to be placed around windows—sometimes it can be put in them as well. If you have deep-set windows, consider trimming the insides of the frames with a material like this light wood to create a fresh, Scandinavian-style feel. Painting this “inside” trim with a bold color would take the room in a more whimsical, but equally modern, direction. Related: 10 Tips for Designing a Scandinavian-Style Interior jpda.net/
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In large, vaulted interiors, running trim around the room at about the level of a typical ceiling can create the sense of a virtual ceiling. This circle of molding adds a cozy factor to a room that might otherwise feel too large and soaring. Note how the middle band of trim is painted a slightly different color to add visual interest. Related: What’s the Best Color for Living Rooms? Experts Weigh In f-farchitects.com
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I am redoing my hall bathroom. I saw your post several years ago and here I am back again. 🙂 I love it! Is there any chance I could see a picture of what it looks like at the top of the shower, where you added the trim board on the sides? I imagine that you made it look okay, because everything else looks great! I don’t have a window or anything, so I am not sure how I would make it look right.

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