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We often say that great design is in the details. Whether it’;s a sophisticated nailhead trim that gives definition to the curve of a headboard or the most lovely jewel-shaped pulls on a cabinet, it’;s those little finishing details that instantly elevate a look. These days, one of our absolute favorite ways to add decorative detail into a space is with tape trim. Designers have been using trim in fine interiors for years, but we can work the look, too!

We couldn’;t be more excited to introduce five very chic tape trims available by the yard and paired with a fabric as an upholstery option. From top to bottom, they are:

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These beautiful tape trims coordinate with so many of our fabrics, and to take the work out of it for youaccent pillow case baby burlap, we matched each one with a coordinating fabric that can be upholstered on any four essential pieces, including our Parsons Chair, Upholstered Cube, Hayes Ottoman and Louise Bench. Thetrim/fabric combinations for those upholstered pieces are:

If you’;re ready to unleashyour inner decorator, order the tape trim by the yard for your next home decor project. Whether you’;re repeating a color or creating contrast, it’;s a great way to pull your color palette together in a room. For example, you could trim a pair of panels or Roman shades, a pair of throw pillows or a basic lampshade.

For a sophisticated coordinated look, repeat the same trim that’;s on an upholstered piece in your room. For example, in the bedroom above, you could trim the lamp shades of a pair of bedside lamps in the same Lime Geometric tape to match the bench. Now wouldn’;t that look fabulous?

If you’;re anything like us, you’;re already dreaming of the possibilities. So just to get your creative juices flowing, here are a few more fabric and trim combinations you can try at home for a truly custom look:

Tangerine Jute: Dodie Beige, SK Signature 13 oz. Linen Camel, Zebra Woven Natural

Aqua Stripe: Microfiber Turquoise, Ellie Snow

Navy Chevron: SK Signature 13 oz. Linen Indigo, Ellie Indigo, Venice Ikat

Lime Geometric: Danish Linen Oatmeal, Cheetah Gray, Lucas Olive

Mocha Geometric: SK Signature 13 oz. Linen Blanc, Belize Taupe, Document Brown

For more design inspiration,visit our Pinterest Boards, or find more gorgeous rooms in ourPhoto Gallery.

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