Interior Trim Work Basics - All the trim basics-start to finish-plus a clever way to get those miters tight. We show you how to make crisp, sharp corners and tight joints when installing door trim, window trim and a three-piece baseboard. with a few basic carpentry tools and a little patience, you can trim out a room in a weekend. with a little practice you can master the two key trim techniques, mitering and coping.
Trimming a room with baseboard and a minimum of perfect cuts. By following the numerical sequence, only pieces 2 and 3 require perfect cuts on both ends. The chance of error is reduced by first coping them and then holding them in place to mark their lengths. The copes are planned so that any cracks will be less obvious to people entering the room.
Materials: -gray paint -Little man/woman wood cutouts from Michael's $1.99 -picture frame - take off glass/backing - white spray paint -3M command strips x8 My steps -Eyeballed center and positioning -Outlined inner rim of frame with pencil -Handed painted with the grey -Stick em all up with the 3M command strips. Super easy -NOTE: Technically supposed to let paint dry for several days before hanging 3M strips which I also recommend at least a day as the strips will fall off.