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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Attach Two Center Pieces of Vertical Trim

With each of the two center pieces of vertical trim in their proper position, add a bead of liquid bonding adhesive to the back, press into place, then securely fasten with finishing nails.

Tip: To sink finishing nails, tap each nail with nail punch until each nail sits slightly below the surface of the trim.

Install Remaining Pieces of Vertical Trim

Repeat these steps for all pieces of vertical trim.

Cut Horizontal Trim Pieces

Referring to measurements on graph paper, measure, mark, then cut each piece of horizontal trim with circular saw.

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