Edwardian architectural era followed the Victorian period in having highly decorative ornamentation in its early period. However, later a more simplified masculine look prevailed. Yet many architects of the day designed new profiles for each of their buildings leading to numerous different mouldings. However, typical characteristics are details with flat areas, with a greater simplicity as profiles such as lambs tongue became increasing popular.
A traditional square type of dado rail it matches well with the utilitarian styling of the Edwardian period.
Reminiscent of a plate rail this dado rail offers a square style that steps back gradually towards the lower end of the rail. It uses flat sections to good effect and offers solidity to any dining room.