Trims, Tassels and Fringe
Ideas for embellishing your interior with trims, tassels and fringe.
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Interior design isn't just about creating "the big picture." Little enhancements, such as the right trim or perfect border, are just as important and are often confusing for the non-professional to choose. Designer Richard Bullock discusses just a few of the different kinds.
Hand-dyed silk ribbon tassels are best used on a lampshade, a door knob or as a key tassel on an armoire, chest or secretary. One option is decorating a plain pair of curtains with silk fringe in between the pleats for added interest.
Rope fringe is a way to dress up a rustic chair. Accenting a pillow with trim, tassels and a double row of moss fringe evokes a very traditional look.
Dress up your kitchen with real wood trim, and a billion-year-old rock makes an interesting decorative item.