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What Our Clients Said

I can't thank you enough for all the hard work you put in to renovating our barn. It looks exceptional and I would definately recommend you to all my friends.

- G Wilson, Marford


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Coving

Coving or cornicing is the process of fixing ornate plaster mouldings around the join between the ceilings and the walls. As a way of both joining the two and also as a way of extending the design styling of a room.

Coving helps to give a room a more elegant feel and also improves both the property style and value.

Coving / cornice comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, from period Georgian dentil mouldings through to modern minimalistic styles.

The ornate coving range covers many eras; Georgian dentils, egg and darts, Regency flutes and swags and Victorian leaf designs. Matching ceiling roses and corbels are normally available.

Hand made cove is also available should the range of styles on the market not suit your personal requirements.