Imagine your dream space and you likely see vast expanses of beautiful floors all made for your ideal material. For many people, that’s natural hardwood in a light or dark style. The reality is that actually creating a home or commercial space with only one flooring material is nearly impossible. . . . Read more
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
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.
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
For a professional, finished look to your floor, you’ll need to consider molding, trims, and transitional pieces. And you’ll also need to know how install molding and trim, so we’ve put together this guide to assist you. The purpose of molding is to cover edges, camouflage expansion spaces, and bridge . . . Read more
Looking for a simple way to make your new laminate floor seem like it’s always been a defining feature of your room? The proper molding can make a big difference by adding a little something extra to your flooring project. One of the most important factors to consider regarding your . . . Read more