When I decided to as a solution to the parquet floors of the house I was not going to give it the classic look and a little démodé typical floors so to speak “traditional”,but more about that another time….The fact is that basic element to give the wood the necessary impression of the trend came to be exactly the baseboard…. because, as always happens, are precisely the details that make the difference!
In fact I immediately rejected the idea of the traditional wooden skirting equal to the parquet and I opted for a more original steel solution. After a little research to go blank, I eventually preferred me play steel skirting a wood stock and I must say that the end result I was fully satisfied.
But today I found this nice change, the line of skirting METAL LINE product of the research PROFILPAS. Rich solutions, allows through a variety of sizes and colors to fit perfectly in both wood floors and ceramic. They range from minimalist baseboards, square aluminum coated in essence what filomuro , up to that falling. All up to date with the latest design trends.
Metal Line 89/4 is made of anodized aluminum and available in different finishes. Its square shape as well as being a strong visual impact also plays a practical role, allowing you to hide minimum perimeter expansion spaces of floating floors. My absolute favorite!
Metal Line 88/6 and 87/6 baseboards are flush with the wall for plaster outlining the environment without limiting. Profiles are modular, easy to apply, made with a base in natural aluminum perforated, to allow mounting directly to the wall before plastering and floor laying.
Also in filomuro but taller and with the insert in anodized or covered natural (Genuine leather and film Alcrom ® Plus) Metal Line version 99 / C
Metal line 101, Ideal for plaster and made of anodized aluminum, is suitable for application directly on rough wall through the use of appropriate adhesives before performing the plastering of the walls. The plastering, to be carried out to cover the upper part of the same, will give an effect of skirting recessed in relation to the line of the wall.
But the line models are so many, here are other