Apr 10, 2024

Slow Decorating with Trim

As the world of interiors embraces slow, intentional decorating, we rounded up six ways to meaningfully integrate trim into an interior while taking the time to discover the space's aesthetic. 

 

CREATE INTRIGUE WITH KEY TASSELS

Key tassels are a small, low commitment finish that can effortlessly elevate functional necessities into a decorative detail. Apartment 48's Rayman Boozer masterfully achieves this look with a single Harbour Linen Key Tassel in Sail on a draw knob. 

Design by Apartment 48 | Photo by Donna Dotan

 

ELEVATE WHAT YOU ALREADY OWN

If you client has existing cabinets in good condition, breathe new life into them with a fresh addition of color. Avrea and Company seamlessly integrates powder blue barstools into this neutral bar with a coordinating French Grosgrain Ribbon in Myrtle between each wooden panel and cabinet door.

Design by Avrea and Company | Photo by Nathan Schroder

 

DON'T FORGET THE WALLS

Frame your curated spaces with a border. Bradford Lowry Interiors completes this bookshelf collection with the Castilian Hammered Nailhead Border, balancing the wall with dimension and contrast.

Design by Bradford Lowry Interiors | Photo by Emily Followill

 

REFINE CURTAINS WITH A TASSEL TIEBACK

Keep curtains neatly in place with ornamental flair. Tassel tiebacks are a simple way to add character, used here by Pat Renson Interiors who juxtaposes the contemporary Toscana Leather Tassel Tieback with the room's more traditional molding and paisley drape.

Design by Pat Renson Interiors

 

SPARK JOY

Lean into hues and motifs that make you smile. Leivars Interiors adds a happy pop of color with the playful Cirque Pom Pom Fringe in Azalea, adding an unexpected levity to this refined cabinet.

Design by Leivars Interiors Studio | Photo by Nick Smith

 

CREATE SOMETHING CUSTOM

If you don't see exactly what you're looking for, bring your vision to life with our Custom or Semi Custom programs. Studio Eckström creates the perfect color match with a Semi Custom bullion fringe, coordinating with the rest of the room's teal tints.

Design by Studio Eckström | Photo by Daniel Johnson

 


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