skirting boards

Skirting Boards – MDF and Oak Skirting Boards
Skirting 4 U are committed to helping you transform any space with our high-quality skirting boards. We are delighted to supply skirting in both MDF and Oak. MDF skirting boards have long been a popular choice on the market because they are cost-effective and easy to work with and install. Our Oak skirting board is a premium quality, luxurious real wood product that is both durable and pleasing on the eye.

Custom-Made Skirting Boards For Both Modern and Traditional Interiors.

We offer a wide range of skirting profiles including the ever popular and well-known Ogee, Torus and Bullnose designs, in addition to a wide range of more exclusive styles. Having such a diverse collection of skirting board profiles allows you to have full control of the look you are trying to create in your home.

You can also customise the skirting boards to the requirements you need making for a seamless ordering process. If you can’t however find the dimensions you are looking for then contact us and we can get a quote drawn up based on your requirements. Our skirting board samples are another great way of seeing what our different profiles will look like in your home before making an order.

There are further customisable options which allow you to create the skirting boards you want without compromise. You can choose whether you would like the board to be unprimed, primed or fully finished in white gloss or white satin (MDF skirting boards only) as well as choosing a rebate cut which can cover any cables or small pipes that need hiding.

We pride ourselves on both quality and attention to detail. We go to great lengths to ensure our skirting boards are manufactured to the highest possible quality to meet the high expectations of our valued customers.

Transform your space today with our premium quality MDF and Oak skirting boards!

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  • The Denby profile is another bespoke project where we recreated the profile to match a clients existing skirting board. This has been added to our catalogue because it is different from many of our other designs. Like the Antique skirting board, this profile offers quite intricate detailing to the front face with a subtle overall shape. This Denby design...

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  • This profile is one of the more streamlined and simple profiles in our range of tall skirting boards. Featuring a subtle, wave-like curve accented by a miniature round at the top of the profile, this is a very versatile design in terms of the type of interior it would complement. Please note - this profile is from our specialist range of tall skirting...

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  • Our Edge 2 Skirting Board (sometimes referred to as ‘scotia’) is a minimal skirting design that is perfect for contemporary décor styles. The Edge 2 skirting board is particularly suited to skirting board at smaller heights of 70mm-120mm, in keeping with its modern styling. The single, flowing curve moulded into the top of the skirting makes for a more...

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  • Our Edge 2 Oak Skirting Board (sometimes referred to as ‘scotia’) is a minimal skirting design that is perfect for contemporary décor styles. The Edge 2 skirting board is particularly suited to skirting board at smaller heights of 70mm-120mm, in keeping with its modern styling. The single, flowing curve moulded into the top of the skirting makes for a...

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  • The Edge Groove 2 is a skirting board design that brings together the most striking elements from 2 of our most popular modern profiles. Square Groove 2 is very much our bestselling modern profile, and the Edge groove 2 has been designed for those people who like the double groove but prefer an alternative to a square edge. The grooves in this profile...

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  • The Edge Groove 2 is an oak skirting board design that brings together the most striking elements from 2 of our most popular modern profiles. Square Groove 2 is very much our bestselling modern profile, and the Edge groove 2 has been designed for those people who like the double groove but prefer an alternative to a square edge. The grooves in this...

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  • The Edge Groove Skirting Board is the regular Edge design with the addition of a single groove to enhance the design and give it a more modern feel. The Edge Groove design is well suited to shorter skirting boards, and due to the simplicity and size of the moulding it is very durable- making it ideal for high-traffic areas of the home or office. Please...

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  • The Edge Groove Skirting Board is the regular Edge design with the addition of a single groove to enhance the design and give it a more modern feel. The Edge Groove design is well suited to shorter skirting boards, and due to the simplicity and size of the moulding, it is very durable- making it ideal for high-traffic areas of the home or office. Please...

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  • The edge Skirting Board is from the same ‘family’ of designs the Chamfer profile, with a smaller bevel to make it look a little bolder 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 border...

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  • The Edge Skirting Board is from the same ‘family’ of designs the Chamfer profile, with a smaller bevel to make it look a little bolder Our edge architrave is quite bold, but its simplistic design won’t detract from other details in your overall room design. This is an excellent choice of the profile if you are looking to create a simple, uncluttered...

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  • Our Edwardian Skirting Board design is an homage to styles widely used in homes between 1901 and 1910. Period mouldings are generally much larger in terms of overall height and thickness than modern styles, because of high ceilings. We have created a design that offers the same level of intricacy in terms of detail, but at a slightly reduced size. Our...

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  • Our Oak Edwardian Skirting Board design is a homage to styles widely used in homes between 1901 and 1910. Period mouldings are generally much larger in terms of overall height and thickness than modern styles, because of high ceilings. We have created a design that offers the same level of intricacy in terms of detail but at a slightly reduced size. Our...

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