How Architraves are Used in the Home

Architraves are sometimes so subtle you may not even notice them in your own home. Still, once you begin to consider renovating or upgrading your home décor, a moulding like ...

What are Dado Rails?

A dado rail, chair rail, or surbase is a practical and decorative moulding that spans the perimeter of a wall with the beneficial purpose of wall protection and aesthetic objective ...

Timber vs. MDF Skirting Boards

When building or renovating your home, you may think the choice of materials is solely dependant on cost. This may be the case with foundation materials, the quality of insulation, ...

What are Cornices?

What exactly are Cornices? You might think cornices sound like something that grows on the bottom of your foot. But in the world of architecture, a cornice is a horizontal, ...

What is Wainscoting or Wainscot Paneling?

What exactly is Wainscoting? Wainscoting or Wainscot Paneling is a form of decorative wall paneling that became popular in the 18th century. Typically installed as oak panels from the baseboard ...

Skirting Board and Architrave Profiles

For over twenty years, The Australian Moulding Company has provided homeowners with the most comprehensive range of skirting and architrave styles on the market. With over 5,000 profiles available from ...

What are Architraves?

Architraves are most commonly used as moulding or trim around doors and windows. Architraves are not structurally necessary as they do not support the frame of a window or a ...