Looking to fit new architrave on your doors?
MDF Architrave is now the most popular architrave for doors and windows, because there are no imperfections (like knots or splinters) that are found in natural wood materials. This makes MDF architrave easy to install and very cost-effective. Not to mention it looks great!
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We have a huge range of architraves available to suit any interior style. All our architrave is now available pre-finished in white satin or gloss, so they arrive ready to install. We also offer an unrivalled range of widths and thicknesses so you can be sure that the architrave you order looks perfect in your room.
Architrave Lengths Vs Sets
Our architraves are available to order in lengths and sets. A single architrave set consists of two upright pieces for the sides of the door at 2440mm and one ‘header’ or ‘crossbar’ for the top of the door at 1220mm. This gives you plenty of architrave for one complete door face.
Double sets are the same as sets in that you get 2 uprights at 2440mm, but the crossbar is also 2440mm. This gives enough architrave for a standard double-width door. A double architrave set is for a double width door, rather than being two sides of a standard width door.
The Edge Groove 2 is a design that brings together the most striking elements from 2 of our most popular modern profiles. Square groove 2 is a bestseller, 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 have recently been altered from a depth of 5mm...Customise
The Edge groove architrave 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 on the architrave will face the inwards when installed. This means that it is not possible to combine with the matching skirting board in a way that allows for the groove to continue from the skirting...Customise
Our Edwardian architrave design is an 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. We feel that this architrave style is best suited to a thicker material and...Customise
The Lambs Tongue architrave 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 architrave with our design. If this is the case we recommend...Customise
Marlie architrave is a design that is exclusive to Skirting 4 U. It is a very fluid style that has been designed with versatility in mind, meaning it will be a complimentary addition to almost any interior scheme. Although the Marlie design can be machined to thinner widths of architrave, it is best suited to more standard widths of 70mm or 95mm. Since we...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
Ogee 2 architrave has been introduced to offer an alternative to the traditional Ogee design without losing the essence of the original style. The Ogee 2 architrave is much more of a statement architrave, with certain details being much more pronounced. This architrave design is very well suited to modern homes that do not want to embrace the trend for...Customise
Ogee architrave has really stood the test of time and remains a firm favourite. Of all the designs that are considered ‘staples’ within the construction industry, the Ogee stands out for its sweeping curved profile. Ogee architrave is very decorative without being over the top. It is a perfect architrave design to use not only for doors but as a border...Customise
Ovolo architrave is another profile that is widely known and sought after by both private and trade buyers. The distinctive arc that creates a large part of the profile is very unique amongst our range. The Ovolo is highly suited to architrave as it provides a smooth shift from the thin inner detail to the bulkier outer square edge.Customise
Regency 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 Ripple 2 is very much a statement architrave. Being extremely bold in its styling, this is a perfect profile for anyone looking to add something different, interesting and exclusive. Designed with modern interiors in mind, the ripple 2 takes inspiration from grooved designs and turns them 180 degrees. Incorporating a double rounded bead to form a...Customise