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Old 03-09-2011, 01:04 AM   #1
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Hello everybody,
Are there any rules on the sizes of the wall frames? The size of my master bedroom is 20x15ft. The height of the highest wall is 12 ˝ ft., of the opposite wall – is 8ft. I would like to put a trim-molding around the whole room on the height of 8 ft. and then to make 3 “windows” to the upper rectangle of highest wall and one big “window” to lowest wall. I have really hard time to figure out the best size of these “wall frames”. I would really appreciate your advice on that.

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I would post this message in the interior decorating forum next door. Personally, I think a one foot border would be appropriate. Size the three rectangles to have one foot above the lower large one, with a foot from the ceiling and a foot between surrounding.

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I would post this message in the interior decorating forum next door. Personally, I think a one foot border would be appropriate. Size the three rectangles to have one foot above the lower large one, with a foot from the ceiling and a foot between surrounding.

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Glad to help, good luck.
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