Fast Fix: Living Rooms

Add Nail Head Trim to Furniture

Bring a high-end look to an upholstered piece of furniture by adding nail head trim.

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Position Nail Head Trim

Attach nail head trim at start of line to be covered with trim. Place first nail by pushing into frame.

Continue Line of Nail Head Trim

Continue placing nail head trim along line, positioning nails an equal distance from one another.

Position at Even Intervals

Place nail head trim at even intervals, approximately 1/2-inch to 5/8-inch from nail center to center, depending on size of nail head trim. Use tape measure as a guide. Tip: Space nail head trim to touch or with a space in-between.

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