According to professionals, whether you’re installing casement windows or the sliding style, your home’s windows play a huge part in enhancing your home’s aesthetic appeal and property value. Therefore, it’s understandable if you want to make your windows as visually pleasing as possible. One way you can do this is by properly incorporating interior trim into your windows.
Here are a few tips that can help you do just that.
Use Your Trim Consistently
When trying to incorporate interior trim for your windows, be consistent in your use of trim. To accomplish this, be sure that the trim conforms to a single architectural style as much as possible. For example, formal rooms such as your living room can have more trim-wall paneling so long as the style is consistent. To prevent the trim from overpowering the room, on the other hand, avoid going overboard with your use of the trim.
Make Sure the Trim Elements Go Together
Window installation professionals say that you have a wide variety of choices when it comes to the style of trim. Due to this, experts strongly recommend that you make sure the elements of your trim go well together, especially in places where the pieces intersect. By doing so, your windows’ aesthetic appeal won’t suffer for it.
Keep Things to Scale
As much as possible, keep your trim to scale. To do this, simply ensure the size of your trim and moldings are proportionate to your room size. Unfortunately, there’s no formula that can help you properly determine the right size of your trim for any specific situation so be sure to enlist the services of window experts for their assistance.
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