We all love a solid wood door. I’m talking either in its natural finish or stained. The weight, the solidity, the quality, the warmth a wood door can impart adds an incredible richness to an interior. And all that goodness is just right there at your fingertips. You’re touching it every day. And you can feel the quality, the wood, the material.
Feeling torn between white or wood interior doors, please help! Kelsey Dins. ... or paint them white. We have dark wood floors, white trim, and for now white walls. I love the look of wood doors, but it seems only when in historic homes - not new construction. I love the potential contrast, but am afraid of it looking too busy.
Wood trim and floors can be beautiful, but picking paint colors that work with wood can be tricky. These common mistakes and solutions will help you pick the right color for your space.
For years, well-intentioned renovators have been painting over wood trim of all kinds. White trim was good, or ever colored trim or even black. But wood trim, of the kind found in so many beautiful old houses, was deemed heavy, old-fashioned. Well, I’m happy to report that the pendulum seems to be ...
May 14, 2019- It's fine to do baseboards white and leave doors/door trim oak. I did a google search for oak doors with white trim. Most people paint the baseboards and trim around the door, and leave the door wood. But it will look AWESOME either way.
You will have no color getting nice hues you like to match natural wood trim. ... "I wish I didn't have white trim and doors". She says it's so easy to maintain and she is very happy she went this route. My trim is a much darker color than what I would have chosen. If I had to do it all over again from scratch, I'd use a light to medium stain ...
It’s My Dream Home Except For One Problem– The Wood Trim. Posted in: interior design 58 comments. Email . ... If my moulding and trim were natural dark wood I never would have been able to paint my kitchen walls dark blue. So white or natural its what works for a person and their tastes. Reply Cancel. Laurel Bern-November 10, ...
Equally, just as white trim does wonders in enhancing the natural charm of rich wooden floors, combining white trim with stained wood doors and window frames – or vice versa – can help you to strike the right balance between rustic and contemporary, and so achieve the unique personality you want for your home.
White trim + wood doors is a question I’ve been dealing with myself. And when I was watching The West Wing, The White House (in the show) had white trim and natural wood doors, so then I didn’t fret it any longer.
House I just bought had dark stained trim so I primed and painted it so its brighter, cleaner and fresher looking. I did a ivory semi gloss. Looks awesome. It had really gloomy ugly dark stained hollow core flush doors not worth saving I got rid of. I wanted to replace with solid pine the six panel type. I don't want to paint over the wood but instead stain a honey color or just poly it.
7. Green Doors and White Trim for Fresh and Natural Look in White-Dominated Space. The last but not least is the combination of green doors and white trim that merely looks nice in an interior with a white color. This combination is the one that will bring you not only natural look but also a fresh one.
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Painted Trim vs. Stained Trim: Which is Best for Your Home? ... Painting trim white and keeping just the door stained to brighten up a room while retaining a small piece of the room’s old charm. ... This is why a large majority of people choose to paint their wood trim and moldings a white hue since it is so versatile.
I’m thinking of doing all white trim and base boards and having stained wood doors in the common spaces but white doors for bedroom closet doors. In the lower level, I would like to have all white trim and base boards AND white doors to keep things light due to less natural sunlight.
Is there a good way to combine the painted baseboard and natural window trim and doors? We were thinking of repainting the baseboard and doorjambs but leaving the windows, the French doors and the wood doors natural. Would this look right? Any suggestions you have on combining trim, baseboard, etc., would be appreciated.
I currently live in a 1920's house with painted white wood trim everywhere and it looks beautiful and I love it. But many years ago I lived in a craftsman style house from 1910 with natural wood trim everywhere, and I have to admit I really miss the beautiful woodwork and love it more than the white trim I have now.