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Plastic Trim Molding

Home improvement projects can be a great deal of fun, but they can be work too. It's the reward at the end of your renovation that makes it all worth it. Being able to choose your fixtures, door accessories (peep hole, doorbell, etc...), wall paper, paint, and even plastic trim molding makes this a very personal project. If you purchase real-estate cheap, you can fix it up and flip it for a higher profit, then you'll likely enjoy the details of making your property truly shine.

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One of the easiest ways to drastically improve aesthetics in a room with very little unique features (i.e. all standard and boring) is to start changing out the plug covers, light switch covers, blinds, etc. and plastic trim molding can be added to really boost the look and feel of the room, thus the value your prospective client perceives about the place.

Crown molding is an amazing and easy thing to install but you really don't know the impact of it until you actually see it installed. Luckily most molding is light weight and doesn't require you to hammer any nails into your wall.

If you don't like the molding you chose, you can always remove it and put different molding, although once installed you can't return it but maybe another property would be better suited for the crown molding you didn't like in another property.

You can network the covers (light switch, plugs, etc...) with the crown molding to give it more of a synergistic feel. One example is if you're into that Oregon wood cabin look, you can change the plugs, light switch covers, and crown molding to wood and create a great looking room with "all the trimmings".

You can also choose your plastic trim molding based on the current set up. If you have a set of mirrored covers, you may be able to find crown molding that has a mirrored look or something that looks amazing next to a mirrored surface. You can make the two separate and different to differentiate the bottom and top halves of the room as well.

This is an interesting look that is shared by many business offices and even homes everywhere. By putting crown molding in the middle of the wall and painting the bottom half a different possibly contrasting color, you can bring a whole new look and feel to a room that will feel like you did reconstruction in there.








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