General questions:

1. What can I do if I am not happy?
     Well we take the supplying and selling of plaster mouldings very seriously. So the first thing to do is give us a call or drop up an email. Please drop us a line on 0845 508 11 52 or contact us at
2. I have some plaster mouldings that have become damaged. Is there anything I can do?
     We provide a full restoration service and can restore anything from slightly damaged plaster mouldingsto replacement of all your plaster coving or cornices. Please drop us a line on 0845 508 11 52 or contact us at
3. I want to add value to my property using plaster mouldings, what do you suggest?
     When looking to increase your property value, any good estate agent will tell you that style and impressions will make a massive difference to the saleable value of your home. A well designed house will help to increase the potential value of your home and give it a classic feel.

     If you are in possession of an older property, look at the existing fittings and fillings and try and match them to our products. Usually most properties choose to use either Victorian plaster coving or Georgian plaster cornice. More style oriented people will often choose something with a little more flair from our Ornate and decorative coving range

4. How can I improve the look and feel of my property on a small budget?
     Coving and Cornices are a good way to improve the look of your property. Even simple designs such as Victorian covings can instantly give the room a better feel. For example a 16 square metre room would cost you approximately £120. So this would help to bring your room to life without breaking the bank.
5. I have a large room - what would suit it best?
     Corbels would be good to have on a large space of wall where they would make a strong impact on the room. Also recommended would to have coving / cornices with a ceiling rose as they will both compliment each other well.

     When dealing with larger rooms, you have far more options, try something larger that makes a statements, with smaller, complimentary mouldings around this. Depending on the property a plaster moulding archway would be complementary to any room especially main entrances and hallways.

6. What are your delivery terms?
     View our ordering and delivery pages for our terms and prices. If you wish to contact us in regards to delivery options, please drop us a line on 0845 508 11 52 or contact us at
7. Can I fit your products myself?
     Yes you can. We also provide fitting materials on our site which we recommend strongly to help you do it yourself.
8. What materials should I use to fix my plaster mouldings?
     We recommend the plaster moulding products shown on our site . These materials are those in which we personally use and they are of good quality.


1. What is Coving and what are Cornices?
     Coving, also known as cornices; are plaster mouldings that are horizontally mounted around the top edges of rooms. Coving / Cornices can vastly improve the quality and value of your home as well as acting as a decorative method of improving the design of your room. If you wish to talk to us about what would suit your home best, please drop us a line on 0845 508 11 52 or contact us at
2. What are Corbels?
     Historically in architecture Corbels would be used on the side of buildings to hold any projecting walls. Nowadays they are used to support ceilings, arches and mantels. In many cases corbels can be used just a decorative feature for the home.
3. What are Ceiling centres?
     Ceiling centres are plaster mouldings that are mounted on the ceiling to serve as a strong feature to the room. Ceiling centres are good to compliment a room that is also decorated which cornices to the same or similar design. They are also good for highlighting light features in rooms with high ceilings or just a general design.
4. What are Dados?
     Dado rails are plaster mouldings that run around the edges of the room and breaks up the walls. In some cases the lower part of the way would be decorated or furnished differently. In which the Dados then nicely breaks up the two sections. The use of dados are mainly aesthetic in modern homes though they still provide protection for the walls against furniture damage. For large room dado rails would instantly break up the wall space and would also compliment cornices installed.