by Lee Wyatt
(last updated November 24, 2017)
When picking out an interior door, many people don't stop to think about the molding and trim that they will use around the door. Often, this is simply an after thought, if a thought is given about it at all. However, the job of installing a door isn't ever truly finished until you have installed this trim. Installing molding for interior doors is actually a fairly easy task, and will often only take you about an hour to do. Just follow these simple instructions to make sure that you get the job done right.
After you have finished installing molding for your interior doors, all you have to do now is clean up and stain the trim. Be sure that you stain the trim in a color that will compliment the choice of doors as well as the color of the paint in the room.
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