We supply a range of skirting boards in both solid and veneer woods in standard sizes. Models include plain straight edge, quarter round moulding, and customised versions with a scotia top. Our skirting boards can be matched to all flooring models and finishes.


We are able to supply skirting boards in larger sizes and tailored completely to clients’ tastes on request.


We also supply matching wall panelling for all our flooring range. Wood panelling can be applied vertically or horizontally, and we can provide special format boards to customer requirements. Boiserie or decorative wall panelling can be supplied with a customised finished on request (lacquered, patina finish, etc.)


We also build complete staircases matching our flooring range to customer requirements on request. Stair treads are available in two versions, using two or multi-layer planks or solid wood. Layered planks make it possible to provide treads that are identical to the flooring materials with regard to both grain and colour; in fact, the visible part can be made from solid or single-layer plank, while the underlayer is in multi-layer birch cross-ply. The planks are dove-tailed together to guarantee absolutely flat, long-lasting stair treads. When solid wood is used, the step is built using various board widths glued together. We also manufacture box steps which hide any metal support structure. The visible tread nosing is available in traditional bull nose or square nose versions; as an alternative we also supply stair structures where treads and risers are assembled without nosing.


We manufacture stair nosing in both bull nose and squared versions. Interlocking and finishes match all our flooring models providing the possibility of creating quality staircases directly on the work site. Threshold transition pieces are used to connect the new wooden flooring with previous existing floor surfaces when customers wish to maintain a part of the pre-existent flooring during renovation work. Our solid wood transition pieces match all our flooring models and compensate the level difference between the previous flooring and the new wooden floor.