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We all know how much of an impact color can have on a room – which is why the color (and style) you choose to decorate a room is like this in addition incredibly important. Whether you’re into muted or bright colours, a smooth or glossy finish and everything in between, there are plenty of options to choose from. Below are 10 ideas that will make you rethink how to paint a room’s molding.
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Mix different textures
This creation by Lucas Eilers shows that you can combine exposed wooden beams with a richly painted molding.
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Use a neutral shade to complement a pastel
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Nothing says classic like all-white molding, as seen in this inviting space designed by Benjamin Johnston.
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A deep grey
This bar room designed by Kara Childress is proof that a rich color can make the molding look even more expensive.
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A rich blue
Designed by Creative Tonic, this space is proof that relying on a single color can work, right down to the molding.
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A pop of green
In this kid’s room designed by Creative Tonic, incorporating green moldings was the perfect way to tie in the overall decor and furnishings.
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When it comes to sculpting, go big or go home like Lucinda Loya did with this fuchsia painted space.
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Grey in grey
Nothing says chicer than a monochromatic moment, as seen in this cozy space designed by Elizabeth Krueger.
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The goal in designing this renovated townhouse was to “recreate a sense of historic grandeur that still worked with the owner’s collection of contemporary art,” says Meaghan Finney of this space by Daniela Holt Voith.
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Decorated with Pulled pieces by Cara Fox of The Fox Group, a minimalist color palette is given a grand look thanks to the ceiling moldings in this dining room.
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