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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  • Our Georgian Skirting Board is inspired by interior moulding 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. The Georgian style is particularly well suited to a thicker...

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  • Our Georgian Skirting Board is inspired by interior moulding 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.  Please note the profile detail remains the same size regardless of...

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  • Our High-Rise design is another hard to find profile that was originally commissioned by a client for development in Central London. This profile has a really unique and intricate shape that is very eye-catching. Please note - this profile is from our specialist range of tall skirting boards. The height of the profile for this design is 80mm, and the...

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  • The Kirby skirting board profile is like our Brompton profile in terms of shape but differs in proportions so that it is bolder in appearance. The unusual shape makes this a much more exclusive design, so if you are looking for something different to finish your home this would be worth considering. Please note - this profile is from our specialist range...

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  • The Lambs Tongue Skirting Board is a widely-known style and is something of a classic as far as interior mouldings go. Most suppliers of this design, including Skirting 4 U, have subtle variations that make them unique. This may be important if you are looking to match an existing lambs tongue skirting with our design. If this is the case, we recommend...

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  • The Lambs Tongue Skirting Board is a widely-known style and is something of a classic as far as interior mouldings go. Most suppliers of this design, including Skirting 4 U, have subtle variations that make them unique. This may be important if you are looking to match an existing lambs tongue skirting with our design. If this is the case, we recommend...

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  • Our Edwardian profile has consistently been a bestseller and remains popular with homebuilders and renovators alike. We wanted to be able to offer the design in a taller size without the detailed section of the profile looking too small. The larger version of the profile allows for better proportions between the flat and detailed section on higher...

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  • This profile is ideal for anyone looking to combine an art-deco design theme with oversized proportions often associated with older properties. Made exclusively from 30mm material, this profile design is striking, bold and robust. Please note - this profile is from our specialist range of tall skirting boards. The height of the profile for this design is...

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  • The large Victorian 2 profile is the second variation of the ever-popular Victorian style designs in our range of taller skirting board profiles. This version is much simpler in terms of the overall shape, but still retains enough of the detail to make it a very eye-catching style. Please note - this profile is from our specialist range of tall skirting...

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  • This design is a slenderer variation of the Large Victorian profile, with a more ‘flowing’ shape descending from the thinner apex of the profile. As with most larger profiles, this design is a great way to add the finishing touch to a period-style interior. Please note - this profile is from our specialist range of tall skirting boards. The height of the...

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  • The Large Victorian profile is exactly that- a taller version of the ever-popular Victorian designs. This is perfect for a period property where it is important that the ratio between the detailed and flat sections of the skirting board is kept small to maximise the detail and ensure it isn’t ‘lost’ when fitted in a room with high ceilings. Please note -...

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  • The Large Victorian profile is exactly that- a taller version of the ever-popular Victorian designs. This is perfect for a period property where it is important that the ratio between the detailed and flat sections of the skirting board is kept small to maximise the detail and ensure it isn’t ‘lost’ when fitted in a room with high ceilings.

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