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Trimming is a decorating technique that can dramatically change the look of your home, which adds character and a level of detail that other decorating techniques cannot match. You can give a new look to your old home by adding trim and molding. You can hide gaps between walls and floors, around windows and doors, and where walls meet ceilings.

Distinctive trimwork, molding, columns, ceiling medallions, and fireplace mantels add a richness and texture to the room that cannot be accomplished with paint, wallpaper, and furniture alone.

Trim comes in a wide range of profiles and sizes that can enhance the look of doors, ceilings, floors, and walls.
The architectural style of your home and your personal taste will play large parts in selecting trim, but there are other considerations that should guide your decision. Above all, the size and scale of the trim should be appropriate for the room. Large or elaborate ceiling molding, cornice, is not good for low ceilings. Plain, slender type will disappear in a large room. The scale of  a molding relates to its profile as well as its size.
We offer you some pictures of the rooms: with no crown molding and later with it. Look, how trimwork can have an almost magical effect on the look and character of a home.

2013 Cost vs. Value Report

Selected 2013 Cost vs. Value Report Statistics - Average Nationwide Return on Investment:

  • Deck addition – 77.3%
  • Major kitchen remodel – 59.7%
  • Bathroom remodel – 58.3%
  • New roof – 56.7%
  • Basement Remodel – 70.3%

Source: 2013 Cost vs. Value Report, (REALTOR® Magazine, Jan. 2013).