Interior / June 9, 2018 / Corentin Hermine
Most old houses have unusual room layouts that can be hard to work with. Long, narrow spaces are very common in old homes. Although they may have been useful then, these areas can prove to be a challenge to work with today. You however can break some of these layouts into larger more practical and functional zones. Open-sided furniture and area rugs provide an excellent way to bridge adjoining areas.
This is one way to show off your trim work especially if it is in an excellent condition. A near-neutral or a neutral shade will help the trim work stand out in the house. It would however be advisable to work in every room for consistency. A blue-green-gray shade is one of many people's favorites when it comes to trim work. You should also consider using the same shade of color for the ceiling for a formal architectural appeal.
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