If you thought that tape trim is only to be used on drapery panels, you may want to think again. Trim is a versatile decorative element that can be used in several applications to further customize your pieces and add an extra layer of interest. It can bring your color palette together and contribute an extra hint of pattern. Keep reading to discover 5 ways to use decorative trim in your home!
Wrap the edges, go straight down the middle, inset the tape a few inches, apply two rows of trim on the front, and more. You can make the same white pillow look several different ways by applying trim. The photo shows just a few examples.
This one might catch you by surprise and is certainly unexpected. Use solid or textured tape trim to line the wallpaper in your space for an extra pop.
The bottom of a sofa is a unique spot to add some detail. Chairs and ottomans are also perfect canvases that come alive with this added layer. You can add tassels, tape trim, nailheads and more to step up your upholstery game.
Photo sources: Both designed by Barbour Spangle Design
Why use ordinary linen shades when you can spice up your lighting? Custom shades can be made with fabric and trim of your choosing to compliment your space perfectly.
Okay, window treatments is probably the most obvious on this list, but there are limitless possibilities and opportunities for creativity here. You have the traditional trim on the leading edge (shown on the left below), double trim on the bottom of a roman shade (shown on right below), and a lot more.
Check out my Creative Trim Applications Pinterest board for even more unique trim ideas!
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