Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in conjunction with Skirting world who provide high-quality MDF skirting boards. All opinions are our own.
I don’t know about you, but as soon as I found out I was pregnant one of the first things I thought of was my babies new bedroom, I spent hours scrolling through Pinterest finding all these different ideas and looking at so many different designs and themes. I knew I wanted something neutral but girly and Pinterest is a dream come true for people looking to decorate their house. I was 34 weeks pregnant by the time we got the keys to our new house and as you can imagine – I had so many ideas on how I wanted the house to look. It can soon add up to how much it could cost to redecorate a house… you don’t even think of the basic things like doors, fittings or MDF skirting boards and just pretty stuff of course. I added so many items to my wish list during the pregnancy and I was desperate to get my little one’s nursery space right.
Decorating Our House
When we moved into our new home, it was a 1970s original build and needed complete renovation. ! Luckily I had a level headed partner who was doing the work so he did what was most important first. We needed to redo pretty much everything from plastering the walls to replacing the skirting boards, not just one skirting board but pretty much all of them. I never knew there was such a wide range of skirting boards available, that they could be made of different materials and the range of designs too. They of course ranged in price greatly too. I wish when I was doing all this I had found Skirting World. Of course, with me being heavily pregnant getting a skirting board to that offered delivery was absolutely necessary for me.
The Best Skirting Board Company?
Skirting World have so much choice with over 100 different designs and the services they offer are fantastic, they have moisture resistant MDF products including MDF skirting boards, door frames, architrave, window boards, dado and pictures rails, plinth blocks and rosette block. All of which come with a lifetime guarantee and free and a fast delivery service.
Moisture Resistant MDF Skirting Board
They are based in Birmingham but can deliver nationwide in mainland UK. Free delivery is available on all orders and you will get this within 4 working days! That’s so quick in comparison to other retailers. A lifetime guarantee on products also gives you peace on mind that you are getting an amazing and quality product. The moisture-resistant high-density MDF boards are superior to standard MDF and are especially good for areas where moisture is prone such as kitchens and bathrooms.
These boards are taken and crafted to your chosen design and delivered super quickly. They even have the option of samples so you can see what you are getting before you commit. Skirting world have a YouTube channel with handy hints and tips for installation and looking after your skirting boards, window sills, architraves and other products.
What is the point of a skirting board?
Skirting boards are used for decorative purposes and can often be overlooked. Skirting boards are actually used to protect the wall from knocks from a hoover or general wear and tear in a room. Skirting boards are often changed when the flooring is being changed in a room. Skirting boards can be nailed or glued to the wall.
Do you need a Skirting board?
Skirting boards hide gaps between the plastered wall and the floor. The gaps are left to prevent moisture reaching the gaps to from the floor. Skirting boards also create a character in rooms.
Next time you are considering redecorating don’t forget to think of the woodwork in that room too and if you need to replace or update what is there have a look at Skirting Worlds website or socials which can be found here:-
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Jess Bleeze is a mum of 1 & has a contagious passion for supporting growing families and supporting small businesses in Tendring & Colchester and throughout the UK.
Jess is the MyBump2Baby area manager for Tendring & Colchester. Head over to her area where you can find everything pregnancy to pre-school related in Tendring & Colchester plus Jess’ parenting blog.