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If you do a quick survey of your living room or dining room, it is not the trim or woodwork that you notice first. However, no matter whether you acknowledge it or not, your trim is performing some heavy lifting when it comes to framing and defining the architecture of your room. If you have a dark or chipped trim in your house, this is surely going to bring your room down. Even the most lively and trendy paint colors cannot shine when they are bordered by beat up baseboards and door frames.
The easiest and cost-effective way to freshen up your room in your house is to refresh your trim work with a fresh coat of interior paint. Mentioned below are the most important painting ideas and guidelines from the professional painters on updating the trim, crown molding and woodwork in your house.
Choose White and Bright Paint Color:
There are many different options when it comes to paint color selection for your interior trim, molding, and woodwork, white is generally the best option. By applying white or off-white interior paint on your molding, baseboards, and woodwork, you will get a clean and solid framework that compliments the other colors in your room and increases its overall curb appeal.
Selecting the Finish:
It is also important to choose the best quality finish for your baseboards, trims, and woodworks in your room. The best way is to use semi-gloss interior paint since this will provide you with a clean, durable coat that will be able to protect the wood work from the everyday tear and wear.
Repair the Damages or Replace it with a New One:
Before you apply a new coat of paint to the baseboards, trim, molding, and other woodworks, it is important to repair all damages. In case the condition of the trims is beyond repair or was installed so badly that it is worth repairing, you need to consider replacing the old trim with a new one. You can also consider replacing it with white or nicely stained trim that matches the original design of your home as well as the home décor you are aiming to achieve.
Refresh Your Doors:
While updating your door frames and baseboards, you should consider refreshing the old doors in the process. Actually, once your trims will get a fresh new paint, it will need something beautiful to frame. It is important to repaint your doors by using the same paint color used on your trim.