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Medium sized, Dentil block, lightweight coving.  This style of cornice would have been typically seen in Georgian properties but will also look great in today’s modern built homes.  When customers are looking for a rose to match a dentil cornice, we quite often recommend going for a plain ceiling rose and we think that the R76 rose matches nicely.  This profile is from our Orac Axxent range of polyurethane covings which offer period detailing at an affordable price.

We recommend this coving for ceiling heights of 2.6 metres or more.

Easy to install using our Orac adhesives.  Cornice and Coving Installation Instructions


Product Size – 11.8cm High (Wall) x 11.7cm Projection (Ceiling)

Length – 2 metres

Material – Lightweight Duropolymer.


DESIGN IDEA – It is important to install the correct size of cornice for your ceiling height / room size.  If you have a Victorian / Georgian or Edwardian property, try adding a picture rail below the cornice. This helps to break up a tall ceiling and looks fantastic when painted all white with a contrasting colour below the picture rail. 

Please call or email if you would like a sample of this coving.

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