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About Decorative Timber Mouldings

Decorative mouldings are a versatile product that help to finish a project with a decorative flare seamlessly. Whether it's a window trim or a decorative finish to a door or cupboard, our large range of mouldings comes in solid timber, PVC & aluminium materials to help you get the finish you desire.

Be it strip wood, angle bead, quadrant or dowelling, our mouldings are professionally machined to ensure they are of the highest quality. You only get the best when you shop with Harlow Bros.

Decorative Moulding Sizes

Our decorative mouldings come in a fantastic variety of sizes and styles to help you complete your project quickly and easily. Some of the pre-cut lengths we carry include:

  • 15 mm
  • 900 mm
  • 2400 mm

Explore our full range to see what specific designs we have in stock.

Why Choose Harlow Bros For Your Decorative Moulding

When picking materials for your project, go with a brand you can trust. Harlow Bros had been supplying specialist building materials since the 1920s, giving people the confidence and quality they need to complete their projects.

When you pick Harlow Timber for your decorative moulding, you can rest assured that you will get a premium product at an affordable price.

Buy premium products when you shop with Harlow Timber.

Our Other Joinery Timber Building Materials

We have plenty more joinery timber to offer at Harlow Bros. To complete your project, take a look at some of our other categories, including:

Purchase high-quality timber building materials with Harlow Bros now.


What is timber moulding suitable for?

Timber mouldings were traditionally used to mask transitions between surfaces, for example, to blend a skirting board with a wall. Some mouldings are designed to perform a specific task, such as for windows or decorative trim for cabinets and furniture.

However, they are versatile and can be used for a range of aesthetic interior design purposes in your home.

Can you paint decorative mouldings?

Yes, it is possible to stain or paint decorative mouldings. We generally recommend undercoating or priming the wood first, so you get a long-lasting finish.

How do you sand decorative mouldings?

Whilst our mouldings are of the highest quality, you can lightly sand them to your specification should you wish. A light grade non-heavy-duty sandpaper will be sufficient.