Kitchens are the heart of any home and busy spaces for cooking, eating and socialising. Kitchen design offers huge scope to experiment and create a unique space.
Many of our customers are choosing wall panelling for splashbacks, islands and cupboard doors, as a contemporary alternative to ceramic tiles. Their water-resistant, hard wearing quality means they are ideal for this purpose.
Bathroom interiors have taken on a new lease of life and are treated with the same importance as any other room in the house.
Customers are choosing wall panelling for their bathrooms as an alternative to traditional tiles. The water-resistant, hard-wearing quality of the panelling makes them ideal for splashbacks, cupboard doors, wainscoting or covering whole walls.
Are you longing for a quiet place to hide at the end of a long day? What you need is a Gentleman’s Den.
Here you can find inspiration and products to help you create a peaceful retreat in a corner of your home.
City living, culture up close, trend setters.
Timeless elegance, monochrome interiors, modern mixed with classic period features .... it's a style to strive for.
Our interiors products will lift your interior from average to elegant - it's all in the detail.
We are delighted to launch our new Design Service to help you design and visualise a room or whole house. We can help by creating a tailor made design layout for any space. We can suggest which mouldings are the perfect choice for your home and style. Send us your room measurements and photographs! Our product pairing advisory service is free, whilst our 3D CAD drawing service is priced per project.
Clever lighting and architectural features will lift your interior from average to elegant. Introduce sophisticated mood lighting to your scheme by using indirect lighting across our product ranges for a seamless aesthetic.
Our Cornice Lighting Collection is a collection of coving, dado rails and wall mouldings that have been designed with led mood lighting in mind. Choose from coving that lets you uplight the ceiling or downlight the walls and instantly add amazing ambience to your room.
Wainscoting is the term used to describe wall paneling in the interior. Used as far back as the 18th century to help insulate rooms and protect uneven walls, these days it’s used as a wall accent, typically below waist height, to add classic charm and occasion to any room. We've added new products to our interior decor mouldings range....take a look!