Wall trim refers to various types of molding elements that
can be aesthetically combined to form decorative patterns,
thus transforming plain walls. When used in combination with
wainscoting, the result is a room with elegance and substantive visual
appeal (see example below). There are various types of moldings including:
which is affixed to doors for decorative purposes.
or Base molding, which is used at the bottom of walls to protect it from
impacts and to add visual flair.
which is a symmetrical molding that is placed across a joint where
two parallel panels or boards meet.
molding, which is a narrow molding used at the junction of a wall and
which is trim for door and window openings.
rails, which are placed on a wall to protect the surface from chairs
molding, which is used to decorate where wall corners and ceiling meet.
molding, which is used to decorate where walls and ceiling meet.
molding, which is a carved molding with a sharp edge that gets is name
due to its resemblance to a keel of a ship.
molding, which is a thin molding that is used to cover the section
where a screen attaches to a frame.
See different applications of wainscoting in the gallery.