inside trim


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inside trim

1. Any trim on the interior of a building.
2. Trim around door or window openings; also called inside casing.
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A demand for more storage saw compartments integrated into the dashboard top to make best use of the space below the windscreen, while the inside trim on the doors acquired larger pockets and separate lidded boxes.
Lear Corporation's plans to move from its 140,000 sq ft plant in Tipton, which makes inside trim for cars, to a greenfield site in either Redditch or West Bromwich has been abandoned.
Do everything you can to conserve the original inside trim boards--both the surround of trim that is flat against the wall, the stool cap, and the thin boards that cover the jambs around the inner surface of the window.