Edwardian MDF Architrave
Our Edwardian architrave design is an homage to styles widely used in homes between 1901 and 1910.
Architrave from the Edwardian period was particularly grand, and often a lot wider overall than what you would expect to see in interiors of today. We have created a design that offers the same level of intricacy in terms of detail, but without the need for the architrave to be over-sized. Our Edwardian architrave therefore looks equally ‘at home’ in both period properties and modern homes with a period design scheme.
Please note the profile detail remains the same size (52mm) regardless of the height you choose- as the height increases, so does the size of the ‘flat’ section beneath the detail.
The main cover image shows the Edwardian architrave at 70mm high and 18mm thick, which are the 'standard' dimensions for an architrave.
This product is manufactured to order, and available for UK-wide delivery within 2 working days (EXPRESS DELIVERY) or 5 working days (STANDARD DELIVERY). You can select a delivery date that best works for you from the calendar in the checkout process.
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Height: The Edwardian Architrave is available in 70mm, 80mm and 95mm heights.
We can cut the architrave to any height above 70mm, so if there is a specific size you need let us know and we can manufacture it for you. The profile detail remains the same size regardless of the height you choose- as the height increases, so does the size of the ‘flat’ section beneath the detail.
Lengths: The Edwardian Architrave is available in 2440mm, 3050mm and 4200mm lengths. A standard aperture for a door in the UK is approximately 1980mm high by 762mm wide. The architrave is therefore slightly bigger, and depending on the width you choose the dimensions you will cut to will be in the region of 2100mm x 900mm. Once you have your exact measurements, you may find that different lengths of architrave lend themselves to different parts of the door surround. For example, a 4200mm length may be suitable to create 2 upright pieces, or even 4 ‘header’ or ‘crossbar’ pieces. Likewise, a 3050mm length has the potential to be used as both an upright and a crossbar. It is essential to ensure your measurements are correct before you cut any architrave lengths to size, as leaving the lengths too short can be very problematic and costly.
Depths: The Edwardian Architrave is available in 15mm, 18mm, 25mm, and 30mm depths.
The overall look you are trying to achieve will determine which thickness of architrave is most appropriate for your project. Traditionally the architrave you select would be slightly thicker than your skirting board. The reason for this is to mask any discrepancies in the wall on which the architrave is being fitted. The thick architrave creates an obvious step between it and your skirting board to act as an elegant transition between the two. Alternatively, you can have your architrave and skirting board at the same thickness and run them together flush, or incorporate a plinth block at the base of the architrave where it joins the skirting to mask the transition smoothly.
We offer Edwardian Architrave in ‘sets’ for convenience and value for money. Each door set provides enough architrave to frame a single door on one complete side, with ample excess to ensure that you will definitely have enough material to complete the job. The major advantage of ordering door sets as opposed to individual lengths is that the charge for priming and finishing is the same for an entire set as it is for an individual length- making ordering sets a very cost effective solution, particularly on larger orders.
Single Door Set: 2 x 2440mm Lengths & 1 x 1220mm Length, to surround a single-width door face.
Double Door Set: 3 x 2440mm Lengths to surround one double-width door face.
Unprimed (No Finish): Choose unprimed to receive the Edwardian Architrave as it comes in raw MDF with no primer or paint applied. The architrave will need to be primed before painting to stop the MDF from ‘furring up’ and causing a poor, uneven finish.
Primed: For an additional £3.50 + VAT per length, we will supply your Edwardian Architrave pre-primed and ready for you to apply a final top coat of paint to finish.
The surface of the architrave is sanded to create a smooth surface before being spray coated in white pre-cat cellulose primer. Once dry, the architrave is sanded to remove any excess paint in readiness for the application of a second coat. The architrave is then sanded again prior to dispatch to ensure that it is ready for painting once delivered.
The price of shipping depends on the overall value of your order- FREE STANDARD SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER £500!
Standard Delivery – 5 Working Days
- Orders under £150 (Ex VAT) = £16.50 Shipping
- Orders £150 - £300 (Ex VAT) = £24.00 Shipping
- Orders £301- £500 (Ex VAT) = £38.50 Shipping
- Orders Over £500 (ex VAT) = FREE SHIPPING!
EXPRESS Delivery – 2 Working Days
- Orders under £150 (Ex VAT) = £31.50 Shipping
- Orders £150 - £300 (Ex VAT) = £39.00 Shipping
- Orders £301- £500 (Ex VAT) = £53.50 Shipping
- Orders Over £500 (Ex VAT) = £15.00 Shipping
All Standard and Express options can be upgraded to take place before noon rather than between 8am-6pm. There is a £5 supplement for this service.
We can also deliver on Saturdays!
- Orders under £150 (Ex VAT) = £46.50 Shipping
- Orders £150 - £300 (Ex VAT) = £54.00 Shipping
- Orders £301- £500 (Ex VAT) = £68.50 Shipping
- Orders Over £500 (EX VAT) = £30.00 Shipping
More information about deliveries can be found on our DELIVERY PAGE or you can contact us directly if you have any further questions.
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