Ceiling Skirting Board – Medium Lancaster
A ceiling skirting board also called a type of trim, is installed along the juncture where the ceiling meets the wall. It’s commonly made of plaster or other strong materials and used to hide any gaps or unevenness between the ceiling and wall, resulting in a smooth transition. Beyond enhancing the room’s overall appearance, a ceiling skirting board can also add extra support to stabilize the
Give your home a finished, polished look
One of the key benefits of a ceiling skirting board is that it can help to hide any imperfections or unevenness in the ceiling. This is especially important in older homes, where the ceiling may have settled or shifted over time, resulting in gaps or unevenness. A ceiling skirting board can cover these imperfections, creating a more polished and finished look to the room.
Another advantage of a ceiling skirting board is that it can provide additional support to the ceiling. This is particularly important in rooms with high ceilings, where the weight of the ceiling may put additional strain on the wall.
A ceiling skirting board can help distribute the ceiling weight more evenly, reducing the risk of damage to the wall.
Adds extra support to stabilize the ceiling
In addition to its functional benefits, a ceiling skirting board can add a decorative touch to a room. Many different styles and designs of ceiling skirting boards are available, so it is possible to choose one that complements the room’s existing decor.
For example, you can use a simple, understated ceiling skirting board in a modern, minimalist room. In contrast, a more ornate and detailed skirting board can be used to add a touch of elegance to a traditional or formal space.
Made in the UK
Overall, a ceiling skirting board is a useful and versatile trim that can improve the appearance and stability of a room. It is a relatively simple and inexpensive way to enhance the overall look and feel of a space, and a DIY enthusiast or a professional contractor can easily install it.
Instantly improves the appearance of your room.
This coving is an original piece from Lancaster Gate. It’s a delicate ceiling coving popular during the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Additionally, it’s a more modern version of the English Gothic cornices, coming from the end of the 19th century. Large interiors were not factored into their size; therefore, it’s not as big or proportionate to today’s room and ceiling sizes. Yesteryear Range.
Similar products from our range:
We also provide fixing tools as well as cornice adhesive and cornice filler.