Coving and corner cornice

If you love our skirting, you will also love our coving. They are a perfect match. You will usually want your architrave, skirting board and coving to match, so check out our options and we’ll most definitely coving and corner cornice sorted out. You’ll most likely want to go with plaster coving or plastic coving but you may also fancy a hardwood coving.


We have found a fantastic range of coving from the country’s leading supplier of skirting boards and architrave. When you are hanging your doors, fitting your skirting and architraves, you might want to decide whether to finish off with plaster coving, plastic coving or just simple polystyrene coving. Coving suppliers are no doubt going to give you a variety of products when it comes to ceiling coving and some even provide cheap coving or cornices – but buyer beware!!

oak skirting board

We would like to remind you that the best type of oak skirting board is most definitely prime grade solid oak with an oiled or lacquered finish. Check out bullnose and torus profiles for best results.

If you are going for a higher quality skirting when you are redecorating your house and home interior, you will want to go for a moulding that is a hardwood timber and therefore you are much better to install oak skirting boards rather than MDF Skirting Boards because you will get a much higher quality finish and standard of decoration to your home.

More and more popular are skirting boards made from various profiles in hardwoods and solid prime grade oak. When choosing to install oak skirting boards you are making a choice that will enhance your interior design and home decoration by a factor of ten in terms of quality. Oak skirting  and oak skirting profiles are by far the best approach if this is your decorating goals.