If you want to spend a weekend remodeling part of your home, many times you’ll need to remove wood trim first. Whether you’re taking down a wall or sanding wood floors, you’ll need to remove any trim before you begin. This process isn’t as easy as it sounds; casing, molding, . . . Read more
While popcorn ceiling used to be a hot design feature for homes, today it is one of the most dreaded features out there. Not only is it dated, but it’s also incredibly hard and messy to remove. Whether you want to hide popcorn ceilings or you simply want a change . . . Read more
Giving your walls a fresh coat of paint can lend a room new life, and giving the baseboards a new coat takes this fresh feeling to a whole new level. Painting baseboards can be a tricky endeavor, so follow these steps for a clean and efficient paint job. Baseboard Paint . . . Read more
From Victorian wainscoting to mid-century wood paneling to contemporary faux materials, the appearance and technology of wall panels has changed significantly. Read on to learn more about the evolution of wall paneling from simple to high-tech. A Brief History of Wall Panels Basic wall panels have been a part of . . . Read more
Whether you’ve already decided that wall paneling is right for you or you’re still weighing your interior decor options, be sure to consider these five ways that wall panels can improve your space in a big way. Here’s what you should know about wall paneling before buying. 1. Hide Your Wall’s Imperfections . . . Read more
Molding, casing and trim add a decorative element to any space, and smooth the transition from wall to either floor or ceiling.
Installing trim in your home can give it a decorative and stylized look, and there are so many options to choose from.
Wall panels have come a long way from the dated mid-century installations. Today’s wall panels offer a range of benefits, including high-tech materials, low-maintenance, and easy installations. Read on for five major benefits of installing wall panels in your home. 1. High-Tech Materials Wood may be the most traditional material used . . . Read more
There are a lot of decisions to make when considering wood flooring, and often one of the most overlooked considerations is the trim. The purpose of molding and trim is to give the floor a professional, finished appearance, to join the floor to the walls and create seamless transitions to . . . Read more
Hardwood floors mean more than choosing a wood, grabbing some boards, and installing them in the room. Beyond the floor, people must take time to consider the various moldings or trims and accessories they will need to finish the look they are going for. Without moldings, trims and transition pieces, . . . Read more