Architrave is a decorative wooden molding that is often used to frame doorways and windows. It is typically installed around the perimeter of a door or window frame, and it is available in a wide range of styles and sizes to suit different architectural designs. Whether you are looking for a simple, classic look or something more ornate and detailed, there is an architrave to suit your needs.
One of the most popular types of architrave is the Door Frame Architrave, which is specifically designed to be used with doors. This type of architrave is available in a wide range of woods, including oak, maple, pine, sapele and meranti. It is also available in different sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for your door. The beauty of our, unique, system is that you can select your perfect profile the wood of your choice. The Wood-you-choose.
Architrave is often refered to as door trim and is designed to be used in conjunction with skirting boards. Architrave is particularly useful for creating a seamless look between the skirting board and the door or window frame. It is also available in a wide range of woods and sizes, so you can find the perfect match for your skirting board.
If you are looking for something more ornate, consider an Ogee Architrave plus many other decorative architrave mouldings, including Lambs Tongue Architrave. An ogee type of architrave features a curved shape and is typically used in period properties or for creating a traditional look. It is available in different sizes, including 55mm and 70mm, and can be made to measure for a perfect fit.
As mentioned, architraves are also available in a range of materials including walnut, beech and many more. We offer architrave in solid wood, pine is a traditional and natural choice. Some of the other options include Oak Architrave, Meranti Architrave.
When it comes to fitting architraves, it's important to choose the right size and style to suit your door or window frame. It's also important to consider the installation process, and whether you will be able to do it yourself or if you need to hire a professional. Fitting Architrave around windows can be a bit tricky, so it's always best to get some expert advice before starting the job.
In conclusion, Architrave is a versatile and elegant addition to any home. Whether you're looking for a simple door frame architrave or something more ornate, there's something to suit every taste and style. With a wide variety of woods, sizes, and styles to choose from, you can be sure to find the perfect architrave for your home, a renovation project or if you are needing architrave for the restoration of a historic or listed building.