A guide to timber beading


Timber beading or wood beading has multiple purposes, some of ours can be used as glazing beads or wooden edging but the applications are endless. Most of our beading can be manufactured in the timber species of your choice. 

The most popular wood species for beading are; Oak, (we offer American Oak and European oak beading). Sapele, Utile, and Beech beads. Maple, Walnut and Ash beads are also very good options. Accoya or Iroko beading is highly recommended for external glazing bead applications. Hardwood and softwood choices are available. Buy hardwood beading instantly online from Wooduchoose.

Here are a few articles we have found relating to wooden / timber beading.:

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What is wood beading?

Hardwood beading is a hardwood flooring accessory that is used to cover up the expansion gaps around the edge of the room. The beading itself is a strip of hardwood that is just wide enough to cover the gap. There are two different types of beading: scotia and quadrant.

Read more: https://www.ambiencehardwoodflooring.co.uk/wood-flooring-guide/what-is-hardwood-beading/

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What is beading in decorating?

Bead mouldings, also known as beading, are a great way of adding decoration between 2 panes of glass. Bead mouldings can be easily varnished, oiled or stained to match your interior. Our bead mouldings are ready for use in both modern and traditional homes

Red More: https://www.diy.com/departments/building-supplies/timber-sheet-materials/decorative-timber/bead-mouldings/DIY570353.cat

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Should beading match floor or skirting?

It comes down to preference really. Most of the beadings that I have seen are the same colour as the floor. I guess if you don't like it you can always paint it white to match the skirting boards? Not that I like beading as an option, however if you can, then paint it the colour of the skirting.

Read More: https://forum.homeone.com.au/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=32007

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What is wood beading?

Hardwood beading is a hardwood flooring accessory that is used to cover up the expansion gaps around the edge of the room. The beading itself is a strip of hardwood that is just wide enough to cover the gap. There are two different types of beading: scotia and quadrant

Read More: https://www.ambiencehardwoodflooring.co.uk/wood-flooring-guide/what-is-hardwood-beading/ 

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We have over 100 Timber beading profiles available to get a bespoke joinery quite in the timber of your choice. We have multiple suppliers across the UK ready to give you a bespoke quote. View Timber Beading profiles.

Posted on Wednesday 17 November 2021 at 11:09

 

 


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