21st October 2022 When Home Beautiful reached out to feature Intrim Timber Mouldings in their 2023 Style Forecast, they were clear on the vision of how timber mouldings would be used in the hottest new decorating trends of 2023. It’s all about getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life and escaping to the country. Cosy Country-inspired interiors featuring warm timber tones, dark blues and dusty pinks evoke the outdoors sky and lush rolling hills. Click the magazine cover to see the full article on this trend We don’t want plain white walls. We want stunning detail that adds a true wow factor to interiors. Wainscoting is perfect for this as it is a timeless look that brings a level of class and elegance to every home it is used in. Be bold and explore all the looks you can create with different paint colours. Who says Wainscoting has to be white? Choosing two-toned paint colours like what Home Beautiful has used in their latest spread shows you just how effective paint colours are in changing up the look of your home. It’s a simple and relatively inexpensive option that can transform your interior. Trend Tip: An abundance of curves in decor instills a sense of calm. – Home Beautiful Door Header The door header was created using a length of Intrim CM28 cornice mould. This created bold detail on the top of the door frame which you can see in the living room shot above. SK544 architraves were also used to balance the frame of the doorway. Intrim profiles used: Living Room: SK445 skirting boards in 230 x18mm & SK544 architraves in 115 x 25mm. CR69 chair rail & IN23 inlay mould to create the wainscoting. CM28 Cornice Mould to create the door header in the living room shot. Dining: CR69 chair rail & IN23 inlay mould to create the wainscoting. Bedroom: SK445 skirting boards in 230 x18mm CR69 chair rail & IN23 inlay mould to create the wainscoting. Styling Cornia Koch. Photography Alana Landsberry. Images supplied to Intrim by Home Beautiful magazine.