Cover mouldings put final touches to the room, accent the beauty of elaboration materials and allows to decorate the room diversely. Carefully selected cover mouldings decorate the room just like picture frame decorates the picture. Cover mouldings aim is to hide abutments, but they also outline the edges and decorate the work that’s been done. The most common material for making cover mouldings is knot free pine, but also oak, aspen and beech are used. When coloured, MDF (medium density woodboard) is a highly suitable material for cover mouldings. It is also used when veneered with precious wood. Finger jointed timber cover mouldings are not very widespread in Estonia, although the junctions can not be seen under the colour.
Due to the beautiful texture, cover mouldings are the most beautiful, when varnished or retouched with transparent coating (if this suits with the style of the room).