Don’t get me wrong, I love classic bright white trim. However, painting your trimwork a color other than white is a fun way to add some interest. It can really make a huge statement on its own as you’re about to see.
Though this photo has minimalist decor, it still has a feeling of warmth thanks to the painted trim work paired with the colors in the painting and the warm wood tone chair.
Break up an all white space with a light wash of color. This entry is so beautiful.
Make a bold statement with a moody paint color on the trim and doors.
via: room for tuesday
An otherwise mostly white space looks pretty contrasted with this charcoal gray.
There’s a lot to love about this living room. The light gray painted trim adds another layer of interest here.
via: country living
Make beatiful architecture like these gorgeous doors stand out even more with a pop of color.
This bathroom from fixer upper just goes to show you that shiplap isn’t the only trend Joanna started.
Continue the trend on your board and batten or wainscoting.
via: the wild decoelis
Choosing paint colors can be overwhelming sometimes. Painting your walls a soft neutral with contrasting trim throughout is a simple solution for a cohesive color scheme!
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