The original architectural details provide your home a unique character and luxurious look, especially if they have incorporated lighting fixtures. The original moldings and trims tell a story about your home history, yet you can install faux moldings to provide the place a luxurious and interesting look.
You can add one or more architectural details to your traditional or modern home such as corner trims and moldings, crown molding, ceiling medallions and domes, baseboards, trims, bead-board and wood panels, or niches. In a cottage Oak Avenue, Lance Manlove and Echelon team use breadboard ceiling along with round window trims to provide the place a creative look.
If you haven’t architectural details in your home, you can simply install faux details with your favorite colors. Under your upper kitchen cabinets, island countertops, or tabletops, you can install wooden curvy brackets. The embroidered cabinetry panels will be perfect with the base cabinets along with similar details along the bottom side of the wall. The faux posts and trims will take your home décor to a new level saving your money and effort. You can install them to hide the defects around the windows and doors, at the corner of the kitchen island, or at the end of your cabinets.
Your modern home should be simple and stylish, yet you can provide it a touch of elegance using simple architectural details such as a trim below the ceiling, bun vanity feet, mirror frames, picture molding, or exterior corbels.
The stainless steel window frames along with unique ceiling architectural details in Hawkseye III enhance the interesting and airy look of the place. You can enhance the look of your architectural details displaying gypsum sculptures on open shelves with a light colored background and spotlights.