Finishing an interior space with door and window trim is a defining and unifying process. At STAR Building Materials, we offer an extensive selection of trim materials to suit any setting, taste, or installation preference.
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Do door trim and window trim have to match?
In general, matching door trim, window trim, baseboards, and mouldings create a sense of unity and cohesion throughout your interior space. In rare instances, designers may opt for casing design that doesn’t match but is still complementary.
What is the standard trim around a door?
The most standard width for a door frame is 57 mm (2¼ inches), but door trims can be found in a variety of different widths and materials.
Can a door be a different color than the trim?
While standard practice is to match the colour of a door with its trim, trim and doors that contrast or complement each other can also contribute to unique and interesting interior spaces. The choice is entirely yours and will depend on your design vision.
Should window and door trim be the same width as baseboard trim?
There’s no hard and fast rule for determining what the width of window and door trim should be compared to baseboard trim. Many designers opt for door or window casing that is narrower than baseboard trim, while others prefer thicker door casings. It all comes down to your personal taste and the aesthetics of the space you’re designing.