Create a Geometric Focal Wall With Trim

A bold paint color and simple molding turn a bare wall into a stunning, graphic focal point.

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Find and Mark Center Point of Wall

Using tape measure, pencil and a piece of painter’s tape, mark center point of wall along top and bottom. These marks will be your guide for installing the first two pieces of trim, each evenly spaced to the left and the right of the center mark.

Cut Two Center Pieces of Vertical Trim

Referring to measurements on graph paper, cut two pieces of vertical trim with circular saw.

Position Two Center Pieces of Vertical Trim

Referring to pencil marks on painter’s tape, place first two pieces of vertical trim in their proper positions.

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