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Timber Mouldings & Period Features

At Wessex Restoration, we specialise in period and traditional joinery from the Georgian through the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Using our specialist joinery facilities, our highly skilled joiners can create original pieces such as timber windows, doors and roofs to your exact specifications.

Our bespoke joinery service caters for all angles of your timber restoration project. We also replicate period features including wooden panelling, window cills, shutters, skirting boards, architraves, coving and other timber mouldings.

Timber mouldings

  • Cornices, architraves and other mouldings
  • Skirting boards & trims
  • Dado rails & picture rails
  • Wooden window boards & window sills
  • Interior wood cladding
  • Bespoke timber roofs and lanterns
  • Orangeries and sunrooms
  • Unique window shapes

Replica period features

Among our exact replicas of period features, we have made louvered glazed roof light, a glazed apex, a hardwood sun room and lunar shaped windows. We also manufacture ornate timber mouldings for windows and doors, as well as internal decoration within a period home.

Our tailor-made product solutions are perfect for matching original designs, or creating a design that is totally unique to you. Being a bespoke joinery workshop means that no matter how specialist your request, our craftsmen will be able to create a replica of your traditional moulding in any type of wood.

We also provide an expert installation service to ensure that your timber products are properly sealed, weatherproofed and draught-proofed, and will last for many years to come.

Our Restoration Projects

We have carried out renovation projects on numerous properties in conservation areas and listed buildings. Read about some of our heritage restoration projects, including bespoke designs and replica period features!

timber sash window renovation
Case study: Timber sash window renovation and repair
Tyndalls Park Road
Refurbishing Grade II listed building at the University of Bristol
Soldiers of Gloucester Museum
Georgian timber windows for a Gloucestershire museum