It’s amazing how much you can change the look of your walls, even the mood of the whole room, with the trim color you choose. Maybe, you want more of a design statement than trim painted white? We have some colorful inspiration: five ways designers used less conventional combinations to create different moods.
Trim: Gettysburg Gray (HC-107) | Walls: French Canvas (1514)
Trim: Verdigris (685) | Walls: Desert Tan (2153-50)
This traditional home was given a facelift by painting just the lower trim, with the crown molding matching the ceiling, a finishing touch that underlines the beauty of the home’s other features.
Trim: Kendall Charcoal (HC-166)
We’ve looked at mid-tone neutrals, saturated teals, and charcoal gray. But with white or cream walls, trim could be any color. Achieve this look with thin trim painted in Benjamin Moore’s Palladian Blue:
One last thing – it’s okay to get a little crazy with paint and wallpaper in your kids’ rooms. The color of the painted trim in this room ties the entire room together. White would have worked, but Peacock Blue 2049-40 (Benjamin Moore) is a perfect pairing with the wallpaper.
Want more advice on color choices? Visit any of our Hirshfield’s locations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and North Dakota. The folks in our paint department have plenty of ideas.
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