Skirting board is an essential element in any interior design project, providing a visual connection between the floor and the wall, and protecting the walls from scuffs and scratches. At Wooduchoose, we specialize in creating made-to-match skirting boards to suit any project, whether it's a restoration project or a new build. We understand that every project is unique, which is why we offer a wide range of skirting board styles, profiles, and materials to choose from.
We offer traditional and contemporary skirting board styles, including Victorian, modern, ogee, and torus profiles. We also have a range of hardwood and softwood options, including walnut, oak, and tulipwood and more.
Most of our profiles are custom skirting boards to your exact sizes and dimensions, in the wood of your choice.
In addition to skirting boards, we also offer architraves, beading, floor and wall mouldings, and corner blocks to complete the look.
If you're looking for a reliable and experienced supplier of skirting boards for your project, look no further. Our unique system is designed to help you find the perfect skirting board for your project, and we can provide you with all the information and support you need to get the job done.
Additional information about Skirting boards:
Skirting boards, also known as baseboards or base moldings, have a long history dating back to the 16th century. They were initially used to protect the lower part of walls from damage and dirt, and to cover the gap between the wall and the floor.
Over time, skirting boards evolved to become an important decorative element in interior design. They were used to add visual interest and elegance to a room, and were often intricately carved or molded. Today, skirting boards are available in a wide variety of styles, from traditional to modern, to suit any interior design scheme.
Skirting boards have many alternative names such as baseboard, base molding, bottom rail, mopboard, and floor molding. They are often made of wood, but can also be made of other materials such as PVC or MDF. They come in a wide range of sizes, styles and designs, and can be found in a variety of finishes and colors.
In the UK, skirting boards are sometimes, wrongly, referred to as "dado rails" or "architrave", these are wooden mouldings, in their own right, but used in different locations.
Large decorative, skirting, is commonly used in Victorian and Georgian style homes. They are also commonly used in historic buildings and restoration projects, as they can help to maintain the integrity of the original design and architecture.
Replica or copy skirting boards is needed for restoration projects, as they allow for the perfect match to the original skirting boards, often allowing the building to maintain its historic and architectural integrity. This is where our made to match service comes in, we able to match the wood, design and finish of original skirting boards, providing the perfect solution for restoration projects.
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