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Selections in a box

Selections in a box, is a curated collection of timber moulding profiles to make choosing your mouldings easy

Selections in a box styles


Boxes of samples available for 15 Hamptons styles

Modern | Contemporary | Art Deco

Boxes of samples available for Modern styles – Contemporary, Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco, Coastal Modern, Box Modern and Scandi Barn.

Farmhouse | Country

Boxes of samples available for Farmhouse/Country styles – Modern Farmhouse, Barn, Ranch and Cottage.

Victorian | Georgian

Boxes of samples available for Victorian\Georgian styles.

French Provincial

Check out our Selections in a Box range and order from these three styles – French Country, Parisian Chic and French Provincial.

Introducing Hamptons Selections in a Box

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take for my samples to arrive?

Samples orders are processed as a standard order. If the sample is available in stock, it will be sent to you within the week of ordering. If the sample is out of stock there may be a delay that may result in us holding the order for the new production run of the profile or we may 3D print the sample.

Is Wainscoting expensive?

Depending on the method used wainscoting can be expensive. Traditionally it would be installed using a method called ‘raised panel’ wainscoting, where boards (usually MDF sheets) and battens are installed on the walls to create depth by projecting from the wall. The inlay mould is then installed around the inside lip of these raised board panels. This will give you a traditional Hamptons look and will be beautiful, but it also adds additional cost. This method requires more material and it is much more labour intensive. So how can you combat this? The alternative method of installation is the direct wall application, where for want of a better explanation, you ‘stick’ or install the inlay mould in the ‘frames’ directly to your wall. Usually, these are nailed on, but we also have DIY wainscoting kits so you can install them yourself (saving even more cash) by simply sticking them on the wall.

When do you use a Skirting Block?

A skirting block is a great choice when using different profiles, thicknesses or heights for skirting and architraves. It means that the two profiles can be placed side by side without looking out of place. See the size guide below for recommendations of the right size skirting block to suit your skirting and architrave combination

Skirting blocks are also a stunning design feature in their own right, and extensively used in Hamptons, French Provincial and Edwardian / Georgian styles.

The following is a guide:

Skirting Height Architrave Width Skirting Block Size (HxW)
90mm 66mm 100x70mm
115mm 66mm 125x70mm
115mm 90mm 125x95mm
135mm 66mm 150x70mm
135mm 90mm 150x95mm
135mm 115mm 150x120mm
185mm 90mm 200x95mm
185mm 115mm 200x120mm
185mm 135mm 200x140mm
230mm 90mm 250x95mm
230mm 115mm 250x120mm
230mm 135mm 250x140mm


How to install raised panel vs recessed panel wainscoting?

Raised panel wainscoting is where the inlay mould is fixed directly to the wall to create a multi ‘picture frame’ across the wall look. This is a relatively simple, cost-effective method. Step-by-step details are contained in this guide. You can use the inlay mould with or without a chair rail and have the flexibility to apply the ‘frame’ look to the entire wall, by creating different-sized frames up the wall. There are a number of ways you can install this panelling. If you want to use a chair rail it is best to begin by installing your skirting board and chair rail. The skirting board and chair rail will be used as a guide to determine your spacing, so ensure these are installed level.  Recessed panel wainscoting is the traditional Hamptons or American style influence. There are quite a few more steps involved in the process which require a higher budget and skill set and are generally left to a carpenter or builder. 

Why would I use a skirting block?

When a skirting board and architrave are different thicknesses, a skirting block is used. Skirting Blocks are also key design features for any style from Hamptons to French Provincial, Modern to Country styles.

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