Trim Work We are Loving

What is trim work?! Trim, millwork, and finish work are all pretty similar when using these terms. They are usually referring to the molding in a home. Anything from window and door casing to decorative moldings on a wall or even a ceiling. I love to incorporate trim as many places as possible in a home, but if I had to choose only a couple of places I would put trim in an entry, great room, dining room, powder bath or master bedroom. These areas are usually the most used spaces in a home.


Fountain Hills Living Room


Trim work elevates any space and makes it look more expensive. It is one of my favorite aspects to complete a design and add that finishing touch that sometimes you don't realize you are missing. You can go bold making the room have a sense of opulence or you can go sleek making the room feel more modern. Trim has been known to increase your homes value, so I always advise my clients to never go without it!


Fountain Hills Powder Bath


My favorite type of trim to use is more traditional trim that had been around for a long time because it will never go out of style and it looks good with any style of furniture.


Here are some of our projects we have completed that incorporate . Using trim completely enhances each space and creates a sophisticated look and feel!


Fairfield Master Bedroom



Westergard Home Entry Way


Canyon Creek Powder Room


Westergard Home Mud Room


Canyon Creek Living Room


Canyon Creek Mudroom



Some other trim work I am loving right now:

I love this design by Jean Stoffer Design. The way the trim flows from the floor to ceiling so seamlessly is giving me all the inspiration for some new projects in the works.



Alice Lane Interior Design really mastered this trim work leading up the stairway.



This design by The Fox Group is so welly executed, as the room flows from entry to living area, so does the trim!



I love a classic French chateau, this design by William Hefner does not disappoint.



This powder bath was completely elevated with the use of trim and wallpaper. Design by Park and Oak

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