What profiles are available for baseboards?
Basically, of course, there is a wide mass of different baseboards, which are also provided with the most diverse profiles. Not every profile has a name - only the popular classics, which are still among the most common profiles for baseboards, are given a special name. With us, of course, we want to offer you exactly these classics, so that for you a traditional and proven design of your premises is possible. Through our skirting board configurator, of course, you yourself have the opportunity to design a skirting board according to your wishes: Simply select the desired material, the preferred profile and the preferred color to design a baseboard entirely according to your own ideas.
Buy the Hamburg profile/ Berlin profile for baseboards
The Hamburg profile, often referred to as the Berlin profile or Old Berlin profile, is the most popular option among all baseboard profiles. It is considered a classic, which cuts a fine figure in almost all premises. Originally, the Hamburg profile or Berlin profile was used to connect fine ornaments with stucco on the ceiling with the wall, thereby making the rooms shine in a particularly elegant light. This effect still emanates from the Hamburg profile today. Baseboards with Hamburg profile/ Berlin profile look appealing, inviting and harmonious. They give the room a warm atmosphere and a unique, cozy ambience.
Baseboards with Hamburger profile/ Berliner profile have a smooth, even bottom side and fine notches with round highlights on the top side. The special design looks slim, elegant and modern. Although the notches are very attractive, they are easy to clean. Depending on the chosen material, we recommend a special baseboard brush and a cleaner that matches the chosen material. Most often, baseboards with hamburger profile or baseboards with Berlin profile are made of wood, but other materials such as MDF baseboards with hamburger profile have become more the focus of attention in recent years. Hamburg baseboard simply offers you a wide range of options and is probably one of the most popular variants for skirting boards not without reason. Our tip for you: you can get the hamburger skirting in different size formats, so that a particularly individual design of the living space is possible. The higher the skirting board is, the more appealing and also elegant it looks in most rooms. However, you can also opt for a discreet Hamburg baseboard to give your rooms the finishing touch.
Skirting boards with Leipzig profile - also a popular classic
Skirting board with Leipzig profile is also very popular, although it is used much less often than skirting board with Berlin profile. The Leipzig profile is characterized by a particularly sweeping curve, which is underlined by discreet edges and slight curvatures. The skirting board with Leipzig profile is also called beveled variant. Here too, of course, you benefit from a wide selection with different skirting heights: So you have quite the choice, how concise the baseboard with Leipzig profile should appear in your premises. The elegant, curved shape of the Leipzig profile makes the skirting board not only an ideal addition to living rooms , but also a popular skirting board for offices, meeting rooms and other prestigious premises. Leipzig skirting boards are of course also made of high-quality natural wood - beech or oak, for example. Alternatively, you can reach for the slightly cheaper MDF wood fiber base boards, which were pressed directly into the Leipzig profile. In addition, you can get the baseboards "Leipzig" with a black or white lacquer finish on request.
Skirting boards with Weimar profile - the straight baseboard for modern minimalism
The Weimar profile is also very popular and has become a bit more of a focus, especially in recent years. The urge to design modern and rather minimalist living spaces has also led to changes in baseboards. The baseboard with Weimar profile is smooth and straight. Both the front side, which is available here in different lengths and widths, and the straight top edge form a completely smooth surface, which thus appears very restrained and minimalist. In addition, the baseboard with Weimar profile offers enough space in the rear area for cables, which can be easily hidden behind the baseboard. You can get the baseboard with Weimar profile from us made of spruce wood, beech wood and oak solid wood. You can also choose between untreated wood, oiled wood or lacquered wood. If you are looking for an affordable alternative with Weimar profile, take a look at our MDF wood baseboards with Weimar profile, which also appear particularly appealing and elegant.
Baseboards with Munich profile - the unknown alternative
Despite its appealing design, the "Munich" baseboard profile never really caught on and is therefore rather unknown to this day - but it is still an outstandingly beautiful alternative if you prefer an unconventional design for your premises. Again, much like the Weimar profile, the front side is smooth and even. As a result, the baseboard with Munich profile can also be perfectly incorporated into minimalist premises. The difference from the Weimar profile is the upper edge of the Munich profile, which is not straight, but slightly rounded. This makes the "Munich" skirting boards look particularly harmonious and immediately blend into the room without standing out too much. Skirting boards with Munich profile are also available manufactured from oak, spruce or beech and can be ordered from us untreated, oiled or lacquered. Depending on which variant you choose, regular maintenance of the baseboard is necessary afterwards. As a particularly inexpensive and yet high-quality alternative to real wood, we also offer the MDF baseboard "Munich", which was developed from wood fiber.