Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Reminiscent of traditional Victorian baseboards, complementing the wainscot and traditional cabinet pulls above. But the lack of frills and the square groove at the top anchor this firmly in the present.
The reductionist take on traditional trim - the well-worn wood floors here connect to the walls with very simple flat-stock baseboard trim.
Reductionist take on traditional trim - simple flat skirting with traditional panel doors and fittings.
Simple bordering picture-frame molding could make these windows feel completely modern, but ending the side trim at a flat crown at the top speaks to both traditional design elements and a modern aesthetic
Trim, built in seats and pocket door.
Trim work and cute shelf.
Built in bookshelves and resulting deep window ledge.
Bookshelves and deep widow ledge.
Love the simple trim.
Trim and Dutch door.
My favourite casement windows.
French Casement Windows. This window provides a large opening with no vertical element to split the opening when the window is open.
Framed swimming costumes in the pool house.
Wine storage room.
Wine storage with chalkboard signs.
Lovely hallway with bookshelves.
Use of colour. Note the way the wall colour in the next rooms is similar to the blue ceiling.
Trim to picture rail height - good for busy rooms like laundry.
Olive green pantry with yellow accents.
Lovely olive walls.
Trim painted darker.
Black interior doors.
Built in's for mezzanine office.
Grey-green walls. Farrow and Ball French Grey 18
Materials and symmetry.
Window seat with cut out for dog/cat bed.
Throws to protect furniture from dogs.
Wine barrel pet bed, with planter box.