Traditional MDF Period Door Architrave
For interior designs with a more traditional feel, we offer a range of period architrave styles to suit. We manufacture replicas of specific MDF architrave profiles used in different historical periods (Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian etc.) as well as some other detailed profiles inspired by traditional architrave designs. This includes 1930's door architrave and 1930s architrave profiles.
If you have a particular period architrave design that you need to replicate and you cannot find it on our site, we do offer a bespoke service whereby we would recreate the profile you need exactly. Our sales team can offer further advice about period architrave profiles and help with this.
When fitting traditional architrave and skirting, it is normal for the architrave to be slightly thicker than the skirting. If your skirting board is 18mm thick then the architrave would be 25mm to be true to the traditional styling. The reason for this is it masks any discrepancies in the shape of the walls onto which the architrave is to be fitted. An elegant alternative that is found in a lot of traditional interior design schemes is to incorporate plinth blocks and rosettes at the base of the architrave, which not only create an authentic traditional design but also saves the need to mitre the corners of the architrave.