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485 nailhead trim Contemporary Hall Design Photos
Steven Long Photography (Interior Photography)
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Classic Kitchen ant Chic Study
desk in kitchen, wall bulletin board (nailheads)
Love the fabric and nail head trim on cork board.
desk idea-cork board with fabric and nailheads-
Nailhead trim on back
Nailhead home office
Nailhead fabric board.
Bulletin with nailheads
Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
Waterstone Condo - Lago Vista, TX
nailhead detail...nailhead ottoman
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
dSPACE Studio Ltd
Did you use a bright white for the trim or is it an off shade?
Is the trim around the windows the same as in the picture or is it just an extension of the jam?
Two questions asked about trim color. dSPACE gave 2 different answers. One answer was BM Vanilla Milkshake, the other was BM Hazy Skies. May I know which
Can you share the name of the trim color? I'm looking to find a good wall color other than shaker beige to pair with the color mayonnaise for the trim. Thank you!
Milkshake is the typical trim & ceiling color throughout the rest of the project, but in this hallway we went with Hazy Skies for both the trim and the ceiling color to compliment the darker wall tone. The post above incorrectly lists this room as having Vanilla Milkshake trim/ceiling color - it is Hazy
Schwartz and Architecture
Schwartz and Architecture
Lovely. I am using a similar wall colour. I would appreciate if you could tell me the colour of your wall trim. Thank you
What did you use to make up the door trim?
I like the wide trim over the top of the doors
white and wood trim- dark banister but room
White trim with brown stairs
Trimming on the main
ceilin trim...Trim on stringer...floor trim...Door trim
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Hi Charlie, Hoping you could provide more details on the trim work. Thank you for the dimensions. My question is if the trim is a stock product or did the carpenter rip down to size as suggested in another post? In addition, does the trim have an eased edge or back band around the door/window frames
other challenges in terms of scale or profile 1/2" trim causes vs traditional 3/4"? Thank you.
Love the trim - what DOOR look did you use.
Hi -- for trims around doors etc. I just do 3 to 4 inches - no set rule really - If it is a feature entrance you could go 6 inches if you want. I do what I want the look to be. Like if it's going to be a modern space I go with a no trim look - I just use a small corner trim.
Michael Abrams Limited
I see you used Vanilla Milkshake on the walls, can you tell me what color you used for the trim and the ceiling? Thanks.
color of the walls and trim?
That's pretty wild. I had looked at a paint sample in person after seeing your gallery and thought it looked a bit warmer than it did on the trim, looking at this photo the swatch looks more like the walls. I'm going to be using it on thick window trim
The trim and ceiling are also Vanilla Milkshake. The ceiling is a flat finish, the trim is a semi-gloss, and the walls are matte.
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
I love the trim work you used on the beadboard. Could you tell me how high it goes up the wall and the size of the baseboard and the top trim. A very classy treatment!
standard 1x4 ripped down to 3" for the trim, or is what you've used thinner than a 1x4? Thanks! I'm looking for a simple way to trim out beadboard, windows and doors.
Would Dunn Edwards Swiss Coffee be white enough to serve as the trim for Mannequin Cream walls? My trim now is this color and my kitchen
like the large trim with paneling