Yeah you could wrap all the piano black and silver trims easily. This has been done by a lot of 14' members including myself. Just need to find the right texture/color for whatever you want it to be wrapped in.I am planning a similar endeavor but want to only make the long middle trim piece wood.
I'm planning on using 3M's Di-Noc architectural wood vinyl, unfortunately have to order a lot to get it to run horizontally.
3M DI-NOC Dark Tamo Wood Grain Vinyl
I have a 2014 3 iSport and really I want to make anything that has that cheapo pressed carbon pattern a piano black.
If anyone has any suggestions or already piano black pieces they'd be willing to trade I'm all ears!
You can wrap the vent trims on the right and left side, the silver piece under the center vents, the door handle trim pieces, and even the piano black pieces on the shifter. Just gotta know how to take those apart though.
Plus there's a thread on how to do this too.
Thread with peoples results of such method: http://mazda3revolution.com/forums/...v-how-guides/75906-interior-trim-removal.html pages 2,4,6 is what you guys will be interested in.
Also, for the OP there was a custom website that made trim overlays for the interior of our cars back in the early days of the '14. They made wood to carbon textures at a pretty good quality but it was expensive since it was custom and it would replace almost every trim piece in the interior. A member on here actual purchased a set in some kind of wood texture if I remember correctly. BUT this member has been absent from the forum for a LONG time. @rvollI am planning on adding a wood dash kit. I know there is a fine line between looking luxurious/sophisticated and cheap/tacky so I was hoping to get some input before I choose brand and wood type. I have a 2015 grand touring hatchback with all black interior. The dash kits tend to have a ton of pieces I doubt I'll use, I'm thinking just replace all the piano black trim which I think could look quite stylish. I like the look of rosewood, blackwood, or possibly a birsdeye maple though that may be to light.
brands I'm looking at are remin and B&I
I haven't been able to find any pictures of kits specifically in Mazda 3's though besides one small one from the B&I website.
Anyone put one in their mazda? experience with either of these brands? recommendations for another brand?
Edit: LOL after looking around I found it. The company is called LuxWood Trim. They don't make pieces for the door handle trims and vents on the right/left though sadly.
Edit: Doesn't seem like they sell anymore but maybe you can call/email since they still list the products.