Solid Wood Skirting
Skirtings, also known as baseboard mouldings, are generally made to cover the joint between a wall surface and the floor. It covers the uneven edge of flooring next to the wall, thus protecting the wall from kicks, abrasion, and furniture legs.
Skirting made of real wood, otherwise known as solid wood skirting, can also serve as a decorative moulding. Though originally used as a finishing for hardwood flooring, this stylish interior woodwork is now used with tiles and laminate flooring with which it has exhibited just as much beauty and uniqueness.
The wood skirting by Wood Willing is 10 feet long and 10″ wide. It’s made from Iroko, and carries a Matt lacquer finishing with dark stain.
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