Sörnsen Wood GmbH, based in Süderbrarup in the far north of Germany, has been manufacturing and supplying mouldings in a wide range of wood species and profiles for many decades. Currently, the product portfolio comprises more than 3000 standard articles, including mouldings for floors, walls, ceilings and doors. In addition, Sörnsen also sells the matching accessories. As a production company "made to order" and thanks to the in-house production of the tools, almost any desired profile, any special request can be implemented individually. In addition, this service permanently expands the range of mouldings that cannot be found in every corner. In addition to the hard facts, the values with which master carpenter Johannes Sörnsen began in 1945 also count at Sörnsen. These values, as well as the experience of three generations, are passed on to the employees and put into practice. Quality awareness, flexibility and cooperation based on partnership, in which old and young stick together, are the essential elements.

At the upcoming DOMOTEX, which will take place as usual in Hanover in January 2023, Sörnsen will be presenting its new BasicStyle skirting collection, divided into the two product lines BasicStyle Veneer and BasicStyle MDF. With this collection, the company is following the current customer demand for straight and simple shapes with edges that are as angular as possible. BasicStyle Veneer is available in the standard finishes Canadian maple, steamed beech, light oak as well as opaque white ash with high-quality, clear lacquered veneer on a spruce substrate. In addition, customers can choose between the special finishes Walnut lacquered, Oak smoked lacquered, Oak oiled, Oak whitewashed oiled, Oak antique oiled and Oak white oiled. In addition, there are the two trend surfaces aluminium/stainless steel and high-gloss white with high-quality, extra-thick CPL film on MDF. With a thickness of 16 millimetres and a standard height of 56 millimetres, they are ideally suited for use as parquet skirting boards and can also be used with the familiar clip. BasicStyle MDF, on the other hand, is only available in the universal trend colour white, which, however, can naturally be combined with all floor and wall colours. The two thicknesses of 16 and 18 millimetres and heights of 60 and 80 millimetres respectively create additional flexibility.