Explore our range of wooden fireplace surrounds with ✅ FREE DELIVERY & EXPERT ADVICE ✅ | Enjoy the warmth and sturdiness of Mother Nature's greatest gift a surround from Period Property Store | Quintessential features of Victorian and Edwardian homes | Timeless, durable collection | Oak, Solid Pine, Fruitwood, Acacia, and Sheesham!
Here at Period Property Store, we appreciate the importance of creating a beautiful fireplace for your traditional or contemporary property. The fireplace acts as a focal point, around which your guests, family, and friends can gather to enjoy the warmth of fire as well as each other’s company. For Victorian and Edwardian homes, fireplaces are a quintessential feature of interior decor - stylish, ornate pieces that demand attention.
We supply an incredible range of wooden fire surrounds in different materials and finishes, including solid oak, solid pine, fruitwood, acacia, and sheesham - with distressed, unwaxed, waxed and weathered finishes. We have styles to suit traditional and modern properties - meaning that you have a broad range of options to explore.
Wood is one of Mother Nature’s greatest gifts, offering natural warmth and beauty for a welcoming atmosphere. The natural qualities of wood make for a timeless, durable collection of surrounds that will complement traditional and contemporary settings.
Wooden surrounds make great mantelpieces to showcase your possessions, family pictures or other personal collections just above the main focal point of your room. We have rustic, classical designs as well as surrounds with modern twists to accentuate your period home’s scheme.
The Ashleigh is a beautiful fine wood fireplace surround, with half-round columns that help to give it a grand appearance. This ornately exquisite concept is well suited to Victorian homes where you’re eager to make a statement. Its columns are separated from their bold headings by vertical lines that fill the width of the surround. Leaf detailing frames the opening.
For a Georgian-inspired look, look no further than the Corbel, featuring curved indentations and repeated square pattern, with corbels beneath the mantel shelf. The Grand has a lined finish that gives the frame its own unique characteristics. A small, carved decorative centrepiece adds further life to this design.