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Does trim always have to be white or light? Absolutely not!

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Jacklynn Little Interiors - Where Imagination Meets Reality


When it comes to interior design, we often default to white or light-colored trim, doors, molding and ceilings to create a timeless and classic look. But is that the only option? In this article, we'll explore the exciting possibilities of breaking away from tradition. Discover how adding a splash of color to your trim and doors can breathe new life into your living spaces, infusing personality and style like never before. Get ready to think beyond white and embrace a world of creative interior design ideas. (all pictures from Benjamin Moore)

In this classic design, colored walls paired with crisp white trim create a timeless and elegant contrast that remains a popular choice for many homeowners


Transform your space with a bold twist – elegant dark trim and matching doors against light, airy walls, adding depth and character to any room.


Infuse your interior with sophistication by combining the elegance of white or colored walls with the contrasting sheen/finishes – flat wall finish, satin or eggshell for the trim, and full gloss for doors, creating a dynamic interplay between finishes.


Embrace a touch of individuality in your home design by painting each door a different color, infusing your space with a truly unique and captivating interior style.

Transform your space with a dash of distinctiveness, as dark-toned baseboards, window frames, and even boldly painted windows cast a unique contrast, redefining your interior with a touch of individuality.

Matching your baseboards and trim to your wall color creates a seamless, taller look with subtle elegance.

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