When it comes to home renovation projects, you will have most likely heard the terms “molding” and “trim” quite interchangeably.
Now, you may be wondering, what is the difference between the two? Trim is a type of material used around openings like doors and windows or used in corners between walls and ceilings.
You can also apply trim in the middle of walls, like a chair rail or wainscoting. Molding, on the other hand, is a type of trim and is recognized through its enhanced profile. This is because molding is much more decorative than trim and enhanced in detail.
An example of molding is ‘crown molding’ which is used at the intersection between walls and the ceiling to add visual appeal to your home. Overall, crown molding softens the transition between the wall and ceiling.
In this blog, we will discuss crown trim and types of trim paint.