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Picture rail 03 [PR03]

Victorian Picture Rail | Decorative Moulding

Timber picture rail or wood picture rail is used as a decorative and often functional horizontal moulding, fixed near the ceiling of rooms internally. This traditional Victorian moulding can be chosen in a number of wood options.

Often described as a 2 and half inch or 2.5" Picture rail. You can learn more about this product and its dimensions by clicking on the 'View Detail Sheet' button to left, under the images. The width and thicknesses shown are the overall finished sizes of the product.

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This can be made in a number of timbers. Click "Choose Wood" on the bottom below to go to the next stage. You will be given a number of timer options with our recommended choices for this product highlighted with a star. You can filter the wood options too. The most popular wood species for picture rails are; Scandinavian Redwood, tulipwood, American oak picture rail and Sapele picture rail. Products in this category are not normally used outside so please consider durable timbers should you decide to use picture rail for external applications.

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Common Uses

Wooden picture rail is used as a moulding or rail fixed near the top of a wall to hang pictures from. Can also be used in other applications as a decorative surround to add detailing to panels, walls, doors or furniture.


This item is recommended for internal application

Width: 56 mm - Thickness: 20 mm

Product priced by: 'm'


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