Door trimming is an intricate and detailed process involving accurate designing. Some ideas for door trimming includes:
As one of the most traditional designs, this type of trimming dates back to the Colonial American era. This style of designing ensures a smooth door which is broad and flat with little decoration, and is mitered at the corners. The bottoms of the side casings can be finished with plinth blocks.
This type of door is unique with its strong lines, low embellishment, and natural wood. A wider casing at the top is usually used rather than along the sides.
This is the most common and easy door trim design. This classic door has a rosette, fluted casing, and plinth blocks. Although this increases the class of your home, this door trim is, however, overbearing and inappropriate in houses with a cleaner, more modern style. This type of door has 2 rosette blocks at the top, 2 plinth blocks at the bottom, and 3 fluted casings on the side. This is also one of the most costly doors to make.
Door trimming adds originality and increases your home’s aesthetics. Although it can be a great DIY project, a professional should be consulted or hired for a perfect finish. The latter will also provide his knowledge and experience to ensure your door is looking good.