Baseboard (also called skirting board, skirting, mopboard, floor molding, or base molding) covers the lowest part of an interior wall. Its purpose is to cover the joint between the wall surface and the floor.
Crown molding is a decorative finishing element that's normally used for capping cabinets, columns, and, most often, interior walls at the point where the wall meets the ceiling. It's only used at the top of a room, thus the term “crown” is used to describe the embellishment of a space.
Interior door casing is the term used to describe the trim found around a door opening. Basic doorway casings are made up of just three separate pieces; two long trim pieces on either side of the door frame topped with a shorter piece (the head casing) to complete the frame.
Faux ceiling beams are a simple and budget friendly way to dramatically improve a room's décor. They can accentuate ceilings of interiors, giving rooms a warm and cozy feeling with the exact look of real wood.
A coffered ceiling is a pattern of indentations or recesses in an overhead surface. In architecture, a "coffer" is a sunken panel in a ceiling, including the interior surfaces of domes and vaults.
A mantel, also known as a fireplace mantel or mantelpiece, frames the opening of a fireplace and often covers part of the chimney breast.
Wainscoting is a broader term referring to decorative paneling used for centuries as: a wall accent; insulation and; to prevent damage to walls. It is a wonderful addition to any home and can be installed relatively quickly to add beauty and value to your home.
Jambs are the main vertical parts forming the sides of a window frame. Common window jamb thickness are usually 4 9/16 or 5 9/16
Trim in a few words...Interior: The finish materials in a building, such as moldings applied around openings (window trim, door trim) or at the floor and ceiling of rooms (baseboard, cornice, and other moldings). Also, the physical work of installing interior doors and interior woodwork, to include all handrails, guardrails, stair way balustrades, mantles, light boxes, base, door casings, cabinets, countertops, shelves, window sills and aprons, etc. Exterior: The finish materials on the exterior a building, such as moldings applied around openings (window trim, door trim), siding, windows, exterior doors, attic vents, crawl space vents, shutters, etc.