January 18, 2021
This weekend we added a design touch to our space that we had been planning on doing since before we moved in. I wanted to add wall molding (aka picture frame molding) to our space but wanted to attempt a renter friendly version of it. Traditionally adding this to walls would involve wood trim and a lot of nail holes so the goal was a lighter option than wood and no nail holes!
If you look on Pinterest for Modern Victorian or Parisian Interiors you will find a lot of this same wall molding that we added here. It was also big in the 90’s (peep it on the set of Friends) but is making a major comeback. It adds character and interest to a space without necessarily having to hang a frame or mirror on the wall. And plus, aren’t we all trying to have a slice of Paris in our own homes?
Distance from each conjoining wall (outside rectangles): 8 Inches Height of each rectangle: 94 Inches Width of each rectangle: 30 3/4 Inches Distance between each rectangle: 5 Inches
We were really happy with how this space turned out and were truthfully shocked at how much it transformed the room! It instantly feels elegant and boujee. The project took two hours total and around $100 for the materials. Leave any other questions you have below!
Anna & Nathan
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