Our period door architrave is perfect for those renovating a more traditional style property. Whether you want a piece suited to a historic period or something traditional in its design because of its intricacies we are certain you will find the perfect architrave profile. With matching traditional skirting board styles to match you are free to create your desired looks that works cohesively as one.
Our high quality oak is the perfect material for those wanting a natural aesthetic to come from their architrave design. Like our MDF you can still expect the same high quality and durability.
The Asmara 4 Architrave is an intricate homage to classical period design. The fluted apex of the Asmara 4 has a gradual taper that is not too dissimilar from architrave widely used in the late 1800’s. This profile would without doubt work well in an older property, or within any design scheme inspired by the grandeur of 19th century interiors.Customise
Our Colonial oak architrave is a replica of a design that was common in the late 18th century. For anyone renovating a property from this period who is keen on remaining sympathetic to designs of the time, the colonial architrave is a natural choice. This architrave will also work well as a detailed accent for a simplistic or minimal interior design scheme.Customise
Our Edwardian architrave design is a homage to styles widely used in homes between 1901 and 1910. Architrave from the Edwardian period was particularly grand, and often a lot wider overall than what you would expect to see in interiors of today. We have created a design that offers the same level of intricacy in terms of detail, but without the need for...Customise
Our Georgian architrave is inspired by architrave designs used throughout the Georgian period (1714-1830). A very classic design, the Georgian style is not as intricate as other period mouldings and as such is far less niche in terms of the style of interior it is suitable for.Customise
Regency Oak architrave is not too dissimilar to the Ogee style in terms of overall design. The curves on the Regency are a little looser, creating a series of semi-bold ‘waves’. The Regency period began in 1811 and lasted until 1820. Our Regency architrave has been designed to replicate the style of architrave used at this time.Customise
The design of our S4U 324 profile is based upon the ever-popular Torus style, finished with an additional ‘crown’ detailing. This design works really well for people who are looking to install a Torus style architrave but in a taller or thicker board. The addition of the extra detail helps to create a gradual taper to stop the architrave looking too bulky...Customise
Our Victorian 2 profile is a second variation of an architrave design that was widely used during the Victorian period (1837-1901). Whilst it retains a similar overall shape to the Victorian, the Victorian 2 is a much less intricate in terms of detailing. This will make the profile much easier to paint and maintain whilst still providing an authentic...Customise
Our Victorian oak architrave design is manufactured to sympathetically replicate a popular interior moulding design from the Victorian period (1837-1901). Typically, period mouldings are larger than modern alternatives, and the Victorian architrave is well suited to 95mm width and 25mm thickness. We recommend using a gloss finish on this architrave style...Customise
Windsor architrave is one of our more exclusive profiles. It is popular because it incorporates the most advantageous traits of both plain and detailed or period styles in one design. Being slightly larger at 65mm overall, the Windsor architrave appears very elegant and uncluttered, yet bold- as the detailing is used as more of an accent than a feature....Customise