In the photo below beyond the kitchen, there are other rooms with stained woodwork. To keep the kitchen from looking completely disconnected from the rest of the home, we kept the kitchen windows wood fairy costume the original oak stain. Did you also paint your windows and window trim white? Tje windows are the one thing that’s holding me back. Follow these key steps below when painting wood doors white.
While in some instances you could use a stain, some doors are meant to be appreciated in their original form. Much of the appeal of a unique wooden door may come from its natural state. When it comes to painting the interior of your home, choosing the right color door can be a tricky thing.
It frames the knotty pine material, so there is no clash between it and the wall tone. The painting series used here is Benjamin Moore Salisbury Green HC-139. Knotty pine wood door paired with white trim to deal with space limitation in a traditional bathroom. Image © waldendesigngroup.comIf you need an example of how a white trim can contribute to dealing with small spaces, you can look at a traditional bathroom picture. It is absolutely possible to have a fresh, modern home with stained woodwork and/or cabinetry.
All that wood trim – combined with blue-gray walls – wasn’t adding up to the light and bright space I envisioned. Not only can you mix wood and white trim, you can also mix stained trim with painted trim of any color. Mixing trim is not as easy as “all or nothing”, but the results are well worth the extra effort (and, it might save you some money, too!). Nothing accents and frames your freshly-painted walls like beautiful trimwork, doors, and windows.
It is the use of white trim as the pair of trendy-looking contemporary pocket doors. We just love the way the front door steals attention because it gets white trim framing it. The trim here also creates a brighter impression to balance the light grey wall tone, which comes from Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter HC-172 paint. Great question and thank you for your kind comments about my home.
It’s a slightly warmer color that I really like in my home. It has slight yellow undertone that warms up any space. But careful not to pair it with any cool colors as it will contrast. A transitional front door with glossy appearance and white trim.
The trim matches with the wall, but since shiplap was used instead of a plain wall, the colors don’t look too matchy-matchy. I think either you need to paint your trim around the doors and the doors or go with stained doors too. The color impact on your rooms will depend on whether you only varnish the wood (which doesn’t significantly alter the natural hue) or stain the surface first. Stain contains dyes or pigments that will color the wood without hiding the grain. A full range of colors is available, including bleached gray-white, golden yellow, reddish-brown, dark brown, and ebony. Use these tips to select a trim color that will showcase walls and add a finishing touch to your space.
The traditional entry above, for instance, it has a lot of warm elements. Those start from the stunning medium color wood door, hardwood floor, Sherwin Williams Grassland SW 6163 wall paint, curtains, bench, pillows, and area rug. It gives more sense to the wooden door, so it becomes more visible in the room.