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In the realm of interior design, it’s often the smallest details that make the most significant impact. Enter wall molding and trim – the unsung heroes of home transformation. From the graceful curves of crown molding to the intricate wainscoting, these architectural accents can elevate any living space.

Whether you’re adding wall molding to your home in Chicago, IL, your condo in Birmingham, AL, or just want to learn more, this Redfin article will cover the different types of wall molding. We also have expert advice, along with tips and tricks for adding these decorative elements to your home.

What are Wall Moldings?

Wall moldings, also known as wall trim, are decorative architectural elements that adorn the edges and surfaces of walls in homes and buildings. Wall moldings come in various shapes, sizes, and styles, and they are typically made from materials like wood, plaster, or composite materials. They can include details like baseboards along the floor, crown molding along the ceiling, chair rails at a mid-height level, and wainscoting on the lower part of the wall. Wall moldings not only provide texture, depth, and character – but they also create a sense of elegance and sophistication in a space.

“Adding wall molding is a transformative touch that can infuse elegance and depth into your rooms,” shares Fred Weiner, CAPS, principal of THP Builders. “It’s a fantastic way to create architectural interest and define spaces. From framing artwork to delineating accent walls, wall molding opens a world of design possibilities.”

THP Builders featured in Redfin - Read the full article here: 10 Types of Wall Molding and Trim to Add Elegance and Character to Your Home | Redfin

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