It’s all in the details with trimwork. Moulding, paneling, wainscoting, and wall framing details can visually alter the architecture of a room without having to tear down walls. After WWII, builders were forced to build faster to meet housing demands and the result was reducing the amount of trimwork in a house to the bare minimum. Unfortunately this still holds true today, so unless youre’ lucky enough to dwell in a pre-1940’s or custom home, trimwork is a sought-after custom addition to any residence.
Wall frame and picture frame moulding adds a little glamour to the wall space – and depending on the shape of each frame, you can create the illusion of higher ceilings or longer walls. Then, you can insert sconces, mirrors, and artwork to create symmetry and focal points within the room.
Box paneling can add depth to a room or hallway