Coving is used to decorate the corners of spaces where the walls and ceiling meet. There are several profiles available, with varying styles. Our coving also comes in a wide range of materials, giving you plenty of options to complete your room design.


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    Siniat GTEC Cove 120 3000mm

    £8.37 - £11.72 each (Ex VAT)
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    A gypsum plaster moulding manufactured in a larger traditional coving profile, provides an attractive feature at the junction of walls and ceilings.


Elevate the ambiance of your living spaces with our exquisite range of coving, designed to add a touch of sophistication and charm to your ceilings. Crafted with precision and attention to detail, our coving options offer a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics.

Whether you're looking to create a traditional, timeless look or a modern, sleek finish, our diverse selection of coving styles and sizes caters to every taste and interior design preference. From classic curves to contemporary angles, our coving profiles allow you to customize and enhance the visual appeal of any room effortlessly.

Made from high-quality materials, our coving is durable, easy to install, and requires minimal maintenance, ensuring long-lasting beauty and elegance for years to come. Whether you're renovating your home or adding the finishing touches to a new build, our coving solutions provide the perfect finishing touch to your ceilings.

Explore our range today and discover how our coving can transform your space, creating a cohesive and polished look that elevates the overall aesthetic of your home

For further information and expert advice regarding coving, please contact your friendly local Howarth branch.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do you put coving up?
To start, measure the coving width and mark the room perimeter accordingly. Draw continuous line matching coving width and ensure levelness with spirit level. After that, score the wall with a knife for better adhesion. Mark corner measurements for mitre cuts and then use pencil to indicate cut direction. Clamp the mitre box to workbench, and then secure the coving. Saw 45-degree mitre cuts and sand the edges. Confirm the fit before gluing, and then apply adhesive, pressing coving into place. Secure with pins if needed. Lastly, join the pieces at the corners, fill gaps with adhesive when needed, scrape the excess, and then wipe clean with a damp cloth.
How to cut coving corners?
Cutting coving corners necessitates precision. Start by measuring the angle of the corner where the coving will be placed. Transfer this angle to the coving using a protractor or a mitre box with adjustable angles. Secure the coving firmly in the mitre box, ensuring it is positioned correctly for the desired angle. Carefully saw along the marked line, ensuring the correct angle is maintained throughout the cut. Repeat this process for the adjoining piece of coving, ensuring the angles match perfectly for a seamless joint. Sand down any rough edges and test the fit before securing the coving in place.
How to measure coving?
To measure coving accurately, start by determining the length needed for your wall. Using a tape measure, measure the distance along the wall where the coving will be installed. Make sure to account for any corners or angles by measuring from the longest point to ensure sufficient material. Additionally, measure the depth of the coving to ensure it will fit appropriately against the ceiling and wall. Once you have these measurements, add a small allowance for trimming and adjustments. Taking precise measurements is crucial for ensuring a seamless and professional-looking installation of coving.
What is coving?
Coving is a decorative moulding typically installed at the junction between walls and ceilings in interior spaces. It serves both aesthetic and practical purposes, providing a smooth transition between walls and ceilings while adding architectural interest to a room. Coving comes in various shapes, sizes, and styles, ranging from simple curves to intricate designs, allowing homeowners to choose options that complement their interior decor. Commonly made from materials such as plaster, polystyrene, or wood, coving can be painted or decorated to match the surrounding walls and ceilings, enhancing the overall appearance of a room.