When we installed French doors in the kitchen in place of a single door, we put up inexpensive mitered skinny trim. You can see it in the back ground here:
The original trim in this old farmhouse is wide and chunky. Here’s a picture of the pantry door in the kitchen:
Since we’re remodeling the kitchen,
We changed out the skinny door trim for a wider/matching look using Dutch Boy’s Trim & Cabinet paint (Ultra White) and a Purdy paint brush.
Now it has the same look as the rest of the original farmhouse trim.
See that automatic door closer? You can find one here: Ryobi Doorman Door Closer – found at Rockler.
Next up – framing that window and baseboard trim! I do love that the door trim now matches the rest of our old home’s character. What do you think?
See how we did it at The DIY Club.
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