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Welcome to The Finished Space by Metrie! Here, you'll find the latest trends in home design destined to become your new favorites, as well as helpful advice to make your renovations easier. Get inspired and get going!

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You may not have heard the term “lintel moulding,” but the chances are that you’ve seen this trim type before.

When you think of lattice, you might think about the latticework pieces that homeowners like to put in their gardens for vertical flower and vine growth. 

Are you searching for interior door and window jamb trim and moulding? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

We’re all familiar with handrail moulding and trim. It’s the part of the staircase that you hold on to when you ascend or descend the staircase. However, when choosing hand railings for your home, there are many things to consider.

There are so many different types of trim and moulding on the market today, but we want to take some time to focus on one in particular – glass stop and sash bead moulding and trim. 

September 12, 2022

3D Teak Wall Paneling is a unique, on-trend solution that helps bring natural wood elements indoors.

Understanding various types of moulding and how to use them in your home could be essential to adding luxurious finishing details to your interior design. 

Not only is it less expensive to decorate your home with a minimalist aesthetic. It’s also one of the most effective ways to create a chic and high-end luxury interior design.

A kitchen island is one of the most exciting and prominent elements featured in modern kitchen design.

The Craftsman style is a design and architectural trend that started during the American Craftsman movement at the beginning of the twentieth century.

The Craftsman style is an architectural and design trend that began at the turn of the twentieth century. It's an aesthetic that celebrates the beauty of hand-crafted details, simplicity, and functionality.