Tudor Oak panelling for period properties and listed buildings

We prepare layout drawings and quotation according to your requirements.
Solid oak panels are handmade and hand-finished to order.
All in the details. Dentil Cornice – one of the bespoke architectural joinery trims.

Bespoke Oak Panelling

Traditional English oak panelling adds character to your hall, dining room, study or library like nothing else. Bringing incredible warmth and natural beauty to your home, our solid oak panelling is handcrafted with fine details. We offer many styles of solid oak wall panels from the Tudor period to the Victorian era and beyond. All of them are suitable for period properties and listed buildings.

We will assist you with the design, including any oak radiator covers, bookshelves, hidden cupboards, or secret doors. In addition, a wide variety of carved trims – including friezes and cornices, pilasters and architraves – is available for use with either panelling style. To complement our beautiful panelling, clients may wish to incorporate one of our exquisite handmade and hand carved overmantels and fire surrounds.

The panels can be easily fitted by a qualified carpenter or a fitter. Alternatively, we can help you to install our oak panelling.

Wall Panel Options

Whether you are looking to renovate the whole house, one room or just one element, we would be happy to discuss the options available to you. Our solid oak wall panelling ranges from full height wood panelled rooms to low-level dado style wooden panelling. All projects are made to order to the client’s exact requirements.

We make all our oak wall panelling from select timber. Specially designed mouldings surround high quality raised or flat panels with quarter-sawn oak. Alternatively, you can choose from two other panel options with linenfold carving or commission your own design. Moreover, we offer different panel sizes to suit each individual room or space. As with all our bespoke fitted and freestanding furniture, the style of handcrafted oak panelling you choose is as individual as you are.

The oak panels can be stained lighter or darker, to match your exact requirements. We will age and distress the wall panels with the same attention to details as we give to finishing each piece of furniture. The right finish will give them the authentic feel you are looking for. You can find more information about our colours and finishes here.

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We offer plain or carved panel options:

(special sizes and designs available)

Flat Panels

Raised & Fielded Panels

Linenfold Panels

Bishop's Linenfold Panels

Our moulding options for panelling:

Mason's Mitre Mouldings

Applied Mouldings

Scratch Stop Mouldings

Sloped Edge Mouldings

(shown with centre channel)


  • A big thank you for all your help and support. We were very impressed with the efficiency in which you carried out this project and has contributed a beautiful element to our home.
    Mr and Mrs D, Kent
  • May I convey my heartfelt thanks to all the Tudor craftsmen who have provided my wife and I with such exquisite pieces that will be a constant source of pleasure to us for the rest of our lives. Without sounding too gushing I do genuinely feel privileged to, for my life, be the owner of these magnificent works of art.
    Mr B, Kent

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