Trim Every Space
We spoke to top designers about how they use trim in every room of the house. From bedrooms to bathrooms to nurseries, read on for inspiration that goes beyond the expected.
“I believe that adding trim to anything gives it that finished detail that makes the whole design come together. And, trimmings do not have to be limited to draperies or pillows— add them to the edge of a table skirt or a lampshade!” - Anna-Louise Wolfe McMullin
“Passementerie is one of my favorite ways to add a bespoke touch to my client’s pieces. Customizing each design with a special trim on a pillow, an elegant border on a drapery treatment, or an unexpected accent tape on an upholstered piece displays thoughtfulness in the design and gives each piece its own unique character.”- Maria E. Beck
“We love to use two rows of trim at the edge of a curtain or at the bottom of upholstery. Adding the second smaller trim above the larger one gives even more definition and is a great finishing detail.”- Heather Dewberry Stoller
“When I'm designing spaces with minimal to no pattern it's very important to add textural details to layer and ground the space. I'll often source and find the perfect added element through trims at Samuel & Sons. The velvet moss green bordering the simple white curtains and the long textural fringe on the banquette elevate the kitchen nook to something quite special.”- Amanda Nisbet
“Trim elevates the simple item—say a pillow—into something extraordinary. Trim is the difference between something that could have been mass-produced and something truly special.” - Traci Zeller