Whether you’re installing double-hung or sliding windows in your home, your windows play a huge role in maintaining or improving your home’s overall curb appeal. With that in mind, it’s best that you pick a window that’s pleasing to the eye and one way you can accomplish this is by properly applying an interior trim to your new windows.
Here are a few tips that can help you make the interior trim of your windows work.
Be Consistent in the Use of Trim
According to experts, your home will look its best if your interior trim conforms to a single architectural style. While formal rooms like the living room can have more trim-wall paneling compared to bedrooms, it’s highly recommended that you remain consistent in the use of the trim. Avoid going overboard in their use as too much trim can overpower a room and detract the other interior elements of your home, which in turn can decrease your home’s attractiveness and value.
Make Sure That All Trim Elements Go Together
Window replacement professionals say that when it comes to making the interior trim of your windows work, you need to ensure that all the trim elements work well together, especially in places where the pieces intersect with one another. By doing so, your windows’ aesthetic appeal won’t suffer.
Keep it to Scale
When it comes to the interior trim, it’s strongly recommended that you keep everything the size of your trim to scale. Unfortunately, as there’s no set formula that can help you determine the right size for your trim, consider hiring a professional to get the job done instead.
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