Skirting Boards are an often overlooked detail when renovating a home. They hide the join between wall and floor, also protecting it from the wear and tear of everyday life. The type of skirting board you need depends on your aesthetic and the available space. Read more about choosing your skirting board here.
When it comes to making your choice we have a large range of MDF skirting board. It’s important to us that you get the skirting board that’s right for your property.
When you order from us we deliver quickly and you get a board that’s easy to maintain. All you have to do is choose the style you want!
Don’t forget we always have the matching architrave for any style you choose, so that you can continue your design theme when surrounding your doorway.
Types of Skirting Board
If you want to know what type of skirting board there are to choose from here's a quick outline! Just click on the titles below to see the products in each range.
Are you looking for a modern skirting board profile to complete your interior design? Featuring simple designs with minimal detail, our Modern range offers a wide choice to suit your needs.
Do you want to add character to your property? A period style moulding on your skirting board brings elaborate detail to your home. Inspired by previous architectural styles popular in the Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian eras.
Popular in contemporary homes, grooves offer nice, clean lines to accent your skirting board. Available with either 1, 2 or 3 grooves and variety of edges you can find the right design for your interior.
If you prefer an unfussy design that is simple to paint and easy to clean, these skirting boards are ideal, especially for corridors, hallways and kitchens. With classic designs such as Bullnose, Chamfer and Square edge skirting boards, these top sellers are very popular with the trade and can be found in many homes.
For those who want a less traditional detailed moulding on their skirting board these are a fantastic option. They take those classic features and do something different with the design. With a range of regular and large mouldings they will offer elegance to any home.
The oversized mouldings available in this range work best for properties with high ceilings. For that extra touch of class, large mouldings tend to be more elaborate and take up more space on the skirting board, so they are only available on bigger boards.
These unobtrusive profiles are intended to provide a slight accent to more functional, smaller skirting boards. Usually found in modern build houses, popular styles such as Bullnose, Torus and Pencil Round can be found here.
If you’re looking for widely available styles such as those mentioned above, but also including Ogee, Ovolo and Lambs Tongue then you’ll find those here. These skirting boards are generally favoured by the construction industry.