When to choose a Double Trim
Our double trim design dates back to the 1800s and offers a traditional, decorative style that complements heritage properties. It is the most decorative trim option available, featuring blocks of colour on the corners and two trim lines along the edges of the sign.
The double trim:
- Adds a delicate, ornate structure to the design
- Only available for white signs
- Represents traditional design values
- A perfect match for architectural styles from 1700 - 1880
When to choose a Single Trim
Our single trim is placed a few millimeters from the edge of the sign and gently curves around the mounting holes to beautifully frame your design. This style stems from the Modernist movement and represents a stripped back aesthetic.
The single trim:
- Offers understated, modern elegance
- Charismatic and minimalistic
- A perfect match for architectural styles from 1880 - 1920
When to choose No Trim
Simply not adding any trim at all is the most radical and minimalistic solution. This idea reflects the design movement towards simplicity and functionalism that gained serious momentum during the 1930’s. This makes trimless the perfect option if you favor simplicity, or if you need the perfect match for architectural styles dating from the 1930’s, or later. If your design doesn’t need a trim, simply select the ‘No Trim Button’ (marked X) and your design will be left trimless.
Did You Know?
All enamel signs are produced to be long lasting durable products that withstand all weather types. However, if you add in a trim to your design, you are adding an extra level of enamel to the edges protecting them one step further from the rare chance of dust damage or tarnish. Visit our blog for more ideas on how to create the curb appeal that your home deserves.