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.
Our Ripple architrave is very different to almost all other architrave in our range (except Ripple 2!). It is perfect for those who want something very different to the norm. The bold styling of the Ripple design makes it a great addition to a modern interior. The fact that it isn’t a very complex design means it lends itself to schemes that incorporate...Customise
Roux is an architrave design that is exclusive to Skirting 4 U. Since it was added to our range it has been consistently popular with both trade and private customers. The roux was designed in response to an increasing demand for simple profiles that aren’t too complex, but also not as plain as some of the more standard profiles like bullnose or chamfer....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
The 327 design of architrave is something of a departure from traditional architrave styles. It incorporates several bold features that make this design very striking, and a seamless blend of the old and new. This is very much a statement architrave that will work equally well in a modern or traditional interior. The 327 is perfect for those wanting to...Customise
Our 330 architrave brings together the best elements of our 327 and 324 profiles into a ‘hybrid’ that is as versatile as it is stylish. The 330 incorporates the same level of detail as more traditional or period architraves, yet retains the bold styling typically associated with more modern profiles. This fusion of style means that the architrave lends...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
Square Groove 2 architrave is by far and away the most popular modern profile in our range. It is a very tidy, uncluttered design that is a great way to finish off a modern or minimalist interior. An excellent feature of the square groove 2 profile is that the grooves can be mitred in with matching skirting to create a continuous double groove from the...Customise
Square Groove architrave is another modern profile that has remained consistently popular in both commercial and domestic interior developments. Particularly suited to smaller widths, the square groove provides a crisp, clean finish to your interior décor. The groove in the architrave can be lined up perfectly with skirting board of the same design to...Customise
Stepped architrave is a visually striking design that is a great choice if you are looking for something different and highly stylised. The stepped design lends itself well to thicker architraves of around 25mm, as the gradual steps help to mask the overall thickness and stop it from looking too bulky upon installation. If you are looking to install...Customise
Our Torus 1 architrave is an absolute classic. It is extensively used throughout the construction industry and is a particularly popular profile for new-build developments. Although widely available, each supplier tends to offer subtle variations of the Torus design so if you are looking to match an existing Torus architrave it would be a good idea to...Customise
The Torus architrave is by far the most commonly purchased profile we offer, and is a constant best-seller. There are many variations of this classic architrave on the market, and our Torus 2 design is subtly different to our Torus 1 in that there is a greater distance between the flat and the rounded moulding. This gives the Torus 2 architrave a...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