Add a decorative touch to the corners of your walls and ceiling architraves with one of our beautiful coving styles. Coving can reflect your home’s style and personality, whether it be a grand Victorian style home, or a contemporary apartment, we have an adhesive coving to suit all styles of home. We offer a range of coving styles to cater to all budgets including lightweight coving, modern coving, polystyrene coving, LED coving, Luxxus cornice and coving plus flexible coving and cornices. Our collection of ceiling covings from Orac will perfectly cover any wall imperfections whilst adding elegance to your room’s decor. The flexible range within Orac’s collection is perfect for those working with curved ceiling architraves and bay windows. Plus, they are easy to install with coving adhesive due to their lightweight material, and are both strong and durable to withstand the test of time.
The Orac Axxent Collection is a cost effective range of high quality covings made in Duropolymer polyurethane. This range is the ideal choice for customers on a budget as well as trade customers. There are various styles from traditional plain cornicing to intricate profiles, we have an Orac design to suit every home including Victorian, Georgian Edwardian as well as modern built properties.
There are styles to suit the ceiling of every home including Victorian, Georgian Edwardian as well as modern built properties. The Axxent range features many plain style covings as well as patterned coving designs. All of the covings are finished with a white primer and are ready for installation using our specialist Orac adhesive and tool products.
What is the difference between coving and cornice?
The terms coving and cornice are often intertwined. However, there is a slight difference as the term cornice refers to a moulding designed to conceal the joint between the wall and ceiling, whereas coving usually refers to the style and type of cornice profile, usually a simplistic uniform design.
What is the best type of coving?
The best type of coving is lightweight Purotouch or Duropolymer. Purotouch is a high-quality and high-density polyurethane material that allows fine details. Duropolymer is an extruded and impact-resistant polymer based on a high-density polystyrene material. Lightweight coving creates a long-lasting and refined finish, and is also easier to install than plaster coving.
What does coving mean?
Coving is a concave shaped moulding fitted as an interior feature between a wall and ceiling.
Is coving old fashioned?
Coving looks seamless in all properties, from the greatest Victorian houses to minimal modern homes. Old fashioned coving creates a seamless curve and transition between the top of the wall and ceiling, emulating the skirting board at the opposite end of the wall. Coving is a timeless and popular interior moulding, making it a key feature in all properties.
If you need any advice when choosing the correct size of cornice for your room, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are also happy to send one or two samples free of charge, to help you decide before your order.
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