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Intrim® IN13

Country Farmhouse, Victorian

IN13

General

Intrim® IN13 timber inlay mould is designed to be installed below a chair rail to create frame and panel wainscoting. This dramatic look adds dimension, value and ‘WOW’ to any room.

Available in 32mm wide and 12mm thick and crafted in a range of timbers and finishes including FJ Pine, FJ Pine Primed, MR MDF, MR MDF Primed.

This style of moulding is recommended for use in a Colonial / Victorian-style interior. Samples are available for this profile.

Intrim® IN13 is also available in the Selections in a box range. Each box contains a selection of pre-primed timber moulding samples, to provide the layers and detailing to achieve the desired style.

Intrim ® IN13 features in Victorian/Georgian 3 and Modern Farmhouse 1.

Available in:

  • 32mm wide x 13mm thick x 5400mm length
  • FJ Pine
  • FJ Pine Primed
  • MR MDF
  • MR MDF Primed
Materials & finishes

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can a customer buy directly from Intrim and save?

Intrim use local distributors for selected regional areas around Australia. If a distributor is servicing a specific region (by postcode), any direct enquiries to Intrim are automatically redirected to the local distributor.

What lengths do your mouldings come in?

Most timber mouldings are produced in either FJ Pine or MDF and is supplied in lengths of 5.4M . All solid clear timber mouldings such as Victorian Ash come in random lengths. Sheet products such as VJ Board Pro are available in set lengths up to 5.4M lengths allowing you to order the length that best suits your project.

What is Wainscoting and what do I need to create it?

Wainscoting wall panelling is a decorative wall treatment that comes in a variety of styles. Wainscoting is created using timber mouldings such as inlay mould, chair rail, decorative large skirting boards and sometimes even lining boards, VJ wall panelling and other materials depending on the style of Wainscoting you are looking to create. You can learn about all the different styles and materials required to get the look on our Wainscoting page.

Does my chair rail and architrave thickness need to be the same?

No, however if your chair rail is thicker than your architrave any overhang of the chair rail would need to be champered at a 45 degree angle to finish it.

Do skirting boards have to match the architraves?

Once you have chosen the skirting board the next decision to make is about the architraves. While most people will choose the same profile – in a smaller height – it is possible to mix and match profiles to achieve a look that is both interesting and beautiful. Following are some recommendations that will help in getting the mix right: 1) Architrave widths for different door heights recommendations:
Door Height Architrave Width
2.04m 66-90mm
2.34m 90-135mm
2.70m 115mm+
2) Skirting and architrave combination recommendations:
Skirtings Architrave
90-135mm 66-90mm
115-185mm 90-115mm
185-230mm 90-115mm
230mm+ 115mm+
The most commonly used combinations are:
  • 135mm skirting with 90mm architrave
  • 185mm skirting with 90mm architrave

How much does the mouldings cost?

Our timber mouldings are priced per metre and sold in long lengths. The larger the order on our classic range the lower the price per metre as the machine setup and handling cost are spread over the larger volume. Click the price tab on any individual product page to access the price list.  If you are looking for bespoke custom mouldings, there will be an additional cost. Please call our sales team on 1800 622 081.  

What is the minimum quantity you can order?

The minimum order quantity is 10 lengths. Furthermore, we always recommend increasing your order slightly to allow for any wastage or damage. It is the most cost-effective option instead of placing a top-up order if you underestimate your requirements. 

What material is good for external mouldings?

What material is good for external mouldings?  We recommend for using our timber mouldings in external applications that you use either Polyurethane or primed FJ pine. Pine products will require more upkeep, whereas polyurethane provides an excellent alternative to natural timber for external use as it won’t chip, split, and will look good for years without much maintenance. Both are able to be painted with external grade paints following the instructions from the paint manufacturer. 

What paint do you recommend for wet areas?

For wet areas glossy finish is recommended because, unlike Matt which absorbs moisture, glossy paint deflects moisture due to the harder finish. Depending on your choice or requirement of gloss level you can choose from Dulux super enamel semi-gloss or Dulux super enamel high gloss. For the undercoat, we recommend Dulux professional primer sealer undercoat. 

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