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Oak Accessories Posts
- Door Furniture – Old vs. New
There are many options of door furniture available depending on the look you are trying to achieve. The exception to this rule is if you are looking for a cottage style effect and go for our barn/ledge and brace/antique style door. Due to the thickness of the door you are limited on what you can use. For this type of door we recommend the
- Treatex Hardwax Oil Coverage Calculator
Getting the best finish for your woodwork is one of the most important parts of the process. After testing countless products we feel that the best results can be achieved by using Treatex Hardwax Oil. It’s great on internal doors, skirting, architrave, even wood floors.
- How To Build An Internal Doorway - Fitting Door Linings
This is the second part in the series on how to build an internal doorway. The first part was concerned with the creation of a doorway in a plasterboard wall where one currently does not exist.
- How to fit oak skirting boards in a curved bay window
This is a question that has cropped up a few times recently with some of our customers so we thought it was time to put a guide together! How to fit your skirting boards into place when you have a curved bay window or other curved wall.
- How To Fit Solid Oak Skirting Boards
Updating your home with solid oak skirting boards can bring a sense of style and warmth to any property. You don't change skirting boards often so it's important to choose a style and type carefully before proceeding.
- How to Fit Solid Oak Architrave
Architrave is the finishing trim or wood that fixes around internal doors, windows and loft openings. These strips cover the small gap between the wall and the door frame. Architrave frames a doorway much like a painting is framed. When choosing architrave try and match the skirting board design because both come in various styles and widths in different types of wood.