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Inside finish

Includes all the fittings, door trims, window trims and shutters; most commonly used to denote woodwork, but is sometimes extended to the most elaborate and permanent work, such as marble, tile, and other items.
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interior trim, inside finish

Trim used on the interior of a building, esp. around door and window casings, baseboards, stairs, etc.
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