Installing plain architrave is a very elegant way of finishing an interior. The clean-lines and ’uncluttered’ look provide a perfect border for both modern and traditional interiors. Because of the versatility of plain architrave styles, to some extent you can ‘future proof’ your home. By opting for something in this range over a more stylised alternative, it will more than likely remain suitable should you update the décor in the room so you won’t have to update the architrave in this instance.
Some internal doors are positioned so close to an adjoining wall that there is not enough space for standard-width architrave. Oftentimes in this situation the solution would be to install architrave on one side of the door only. With the plain architrave profiles we are able to offer a greater range of widths. There is an option to order plain architrave in 50mm or 60mm widths which can help to overcome the problem of door positioning.
As with the skirting boards of a similar style, the plain architraves tend to be more hardwearing than the more detailed profiles as less of the MDF is cut away when creating the moulding. This is particularly advantageous in the busier areas of the home, as their inherent durability means they are likely to last longer without the need for replacements.
Bullnose architrave is widely used and is one of our more popular profiles. With a single, simple radius the bullnose architrave provides a crisp clean finish that will never go out of style. The bullnose is low maintenance, easy to clean and versatile enough to compliment any interior.Customise
Chamfer architrave remains as popular today as ever. The simplicity of the profile creates the perfect border for any interior space. Our chamfer architrave incorporates a rounded finish to the chamfered edge which softens the profile from a visual perspective, and increases the durability and longevity of the architraveCustomise
Our Edge 2 architrave (sometimes referred to as ‘scotia’) is a bold architrave that is perfect for modern interiors. The Edge 2 architrave is very minimal in its styling, and is particularly popular in the thinner widths of 50mm-60mm. The single internal curve moulded into the architrave makes for a more visually interesting alternative to a bevelled edge.Customise
The edge architrave is similar to the Chamfer profile, with a smaller bevel making it particularly suitable for thinner widths of architrave. Our edge architrave is quite bold, but it’s simplistic design won’t detract from other details in your overall room design. This is an excellent choice of profile if you are looking to create a simple, uncluttered...Customise
Mini Bullnose architrave is sometimes referred to as ‘Pencil Round’. It similar to the Bullnose profile but the radius has been reduced to create a much tighter curve. The simplicity of this profile makes it the ideal finishing touch for any room. Because it is so versatile it remains incredibly popular with house builders and developers. The major...Customise
Square architrave continues to be hugely popular with both private and trade buyers. The clean lines it creates are suited to any interior and is particularly easy to paint and install. The main advantage of square architrave is that it can be cut to any width. Because there is no profile, this can be installed at any width without compromising on the...Customise