Our little minimalist traditional 1940’s home was seriously lacking personality. Our house may be minimalist traditional style but our personal style is anything but traditional. We are probably a little eclectic. We like a touch of rustic wood, a swirl of marble, clean white lines, mixed patterns with a few pops of color on top. All...Read More
Learn how to update your old outdated trim very easily and very inexpensively. This applies to your baseboards, around your doors, your windows, and your moldings. The farmhouse look you have always wanted.
Here are the answers to your questions about my new mudroom! Finally. Something is complete around here. :) What are the dimensions of your mudroom? What is the overall length of your lockers? What is the size of your bench? What color of stain did you use on your bench and locker seat?...
This is a great article detailing how to update your old outdated trim very easily and very inexpensively. This applies to your baseboards, around your doors, your windows, and your moldings. The farmhouse look you have always wanted.
An update on our 1905 craftsman home restoration! Details on all of our trim, moldings, ceilings and shiplap! shiplap-walls-crown-molding-MDF-baseboards-DIY-windows-window-sashes-panel-doors-black-ceiling-faux-beams-black-sashes-whitewashed-pine-ceiling
Woods Architecture LLC & Seven Development collaborated on this modern farmhouse residence in Arizona with spectacular results. They incorporated the crisp clean lines of shiplap & a modern aesthetic; Then blended it seamlessly with the nostalgia of a classic American farmhouse. These guys live by the creedo ‘Make Craftsmanship Great Again,’ (see a walk through […]
(Part 3 of 4) What’s a great way to show off your craftsmanship? Historically accurate moldings that are properly proportioned. The team at Hull Historical restored the moldings throughout the Willing House with the help of WindsorONE S4SSE Trim Boards and The Classic American Molding Collection, designed by Brent Hull. Too often we see builders […]
Earlier this year, our home received a much-needed update: new windows. With new windows (hallelujah), comes the need for updated trim. I wanted a custom trim look but when I started to price out thick decorative trim, expenses added up quickly. Our home is pretty old which comes with unlevel surfaces and different measurements. I opted for this way of trimming for something different and to stay away from angled cuts. This was the first time hanging trim like this and it went up amazing…