Georgian Coving & Cornice

More easy fit designs than any other online company.

We offer more Georgian coving and cornice designs in easy fit materials than any other online company. This means a greater choice of profiles and prices options for you. Below are the ranges we have selected as the most appropriate to the Georgian era. To view each range of Georgian or Regency coving and cornice in detail please use the menu above or click on the relevant picture below.

Choosing the right profile.

The Georgian period covers the reigns of the Georges from 1714 to 1837. However, some argue that from around 1730 to 1800 would be a more accurate timeframe for what is recognised as Georgian architecture, with the period from 1800 to 1837 being the Regency period. Simple elegance is the theme, influenced in the main by the classical architecture of Greece and particularly Rome. Georgian coving and cornice was typically decorative and ornate featuring, patterns like acanthus leaf, dentils or egg and dart.

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Classic Cornice
Classic Cornice
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Classic Cornice

Modern & Traditional
Linear & Patterned

Material High Grade Polymer

Premier Linear Cornice
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Premier Linear Cornice

Period Designs
with Clean Lines

Material High Grade Polymer

Premier Ornate Cornice
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Premier Ornate Cornice

Period Designs
with Classic Patterns

Material High Grade Polymer

Premier Additions Cornice
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Premier Additions Cornice

Period Designs
Both Linear & Ornate

Material High Grade Polymer

Premier Long Cornice
Long Cornice
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Premier Long Cornice

Longer Lengths some with
Pre-Made Corners

Material High Grade Polymer

Premier Flexible Cornice
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Premier Flexible Cornice

Premier Designs for
Curved Walls

Material High Grade Polymer

Budget Cornice
Budget Overview
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Budget Cornice

Polystyrene That Does the Job
at a Great Price

Material Low Grade Polymer

Cornice Combinations
Cornice Combinations
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Cornice Combinations

Combine Cornice with Railing
to Create Dynamic Features

Material High Grade Polymer