Houzz is the new way to design your home.
I love to look at homes......
The Perla Lighting in the ceiling and the beige and white trim around the wall
The faint painting on the wall that looks like a shadow. I love that!
Trim around the wall. It really brings out the kitchen.
GOLD MOLDING AND ITS DESIGN TEXTURE
Using the same finish for both the doors and the molding creates cohesion.
Ceiling and wood floor with fur rug.
I like the mirror on the wall it expands the room
Door molding LOVE IT!!!!
I like this. It's simple. Love the large mirrors.
Like the idea of two layers of drywall to look like crown molding
Love the windws and curtains
This room's ceiling is just a shade over 8 feet tall, and then lower than standard height as it slopes down at the sides. Technically, crown molding is used at the junction of the wall and ceiling, but in this room that would have been very low and at an odd angle. By continuing the wall color up the walls onto the ceiling and placing the molding in from the edge of the ceiling, it gives the illusion of taller walls, thereby making the room appear taller. The molding is also not very wide — my guess is 3 to 4 inches — so it isn't too heavy for the scale of the room.
Paint again is all that it takes here to define these archways.
Give tile some consideration when looking for an alternative to wood trim for doorways.
nice for small space
For casings, 50 percent is good. Generally, vertical trim elements such as door and window casings should be smaller and have less heft than baseboards. So I've found that a good rule of thumb for sizing window and door casings is to keep them at about 50 percent of the height of the baseboard.
Love table and chairs
Like the walls makes the room seem taller.
Like the walls and ceiling. add a beautiful lighting piece and it would look great.