painted trim

Paint is the quickest, easiest and least expensive way to make a dramatic change in a room, but sometimes, using color on the most unexpected details can make the most impact in a space.  Painting your trim and molding a contrasting color to your walls is a great example-who says it has to be white for a clean, crisp look?  I love tone on tone color in a room, but using the softer color on the walls and a few shades darker on trim puts that rule to rest and can really make a room pop.  The Hampton’s haven of PR exec Scott Currie is a fabulous example of how painted trim, just a few shades darker than the walls, can help bring a room together and really turn up the cozy factor:

Periwinkle blue window frames and trim in the living room of this 1870’s farmhouse designed by Richard Mishaan pop against soft white walls:

Designer Alexandra Angle created a light, bright and beautiful beach feel in this Venice, California home with the same idea-white walls and watery blue trim, wainscoting, doors and window casings:

Soft gray window casings, mirror and vanity in this bathroom by designer Lauren Stern create a sophisticated, cozy feel in this tiny space:

Another great example of reverse tone-on-tone color in this living room via Country Living:

Pale gray crown and wainscoting look ethereal in this lovely bathroom designed by Jessica Helgerson:

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