When it comes to home interior design, skirting boards are truly remarkable. At first glance, they seem to be one of those attributes of your home that you don’t need to look at twice: they quietly protect your walls from bumps and falls and add a subtle touch of style to your interior. From industrial structures to small apartments and longer homes, these flexible moldings are a must-have. In this post, we share some of the important factors to consider when choosing the right skirting board for your next home project.
You don’t have to use the same moldings throughout your home. Think about the activities that take place in each of your rooms. For instance, the skirting boards in your kid’s nursery should have simple shapes that are incredibly easy to clean, and curved edges to protect little ones who are constantly running around. In rooms with a lot of traffic activities, you can also use simple shapes with directional edges – they are much softer on the walls. To add a touch of warmth and ambiance, use a sleeker, textured profile throughout the living room and bedrooms. Consider these profiles as allies that will “hold up” your walls on a budget.
Basically, there are three main types of skirting boards’ materials: plastic, wood, and MDF. While plastic offers in terms of price, it lacks in durability and strength. Wooden boards look great, but are subject to temperature fluctuations, uneven surfaces, warping, and are also the …