Decorating & Furniture/Molding/Trim Color


We have just installed oak harwood floors that are a dark cherry color.  The existing trim/doors/cabinets are pine/birch stained to light cheery color.  We need to replace the trim and need to decide on a color.  Same light cheery?  White?  Same as floor?  

The answer is that you could use any of these successfully.  Decide what overall look you want and then decide on the trim.  If you like continuity and a clean uncluttered look, then vote for "same" color as the floor.  If you like contrast, or are more traditional in styling, choose white.  If you like the look of the light cherry and just need to replace some of it, then do that.  


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