Self Build Feb 2014 Kitchen Worktops
Self Build published Feb 2014
Wooden kitchen worktops are traditional and timeless
Wooden Kitchen Worktops
Although wood is considered to be a traditional option, new shabby chic trends and the availability of darker woods for a contemporary look have popularised this timeless option.
As long as wooden worktops are treated properly, the can be a good investment. They will need to be sealed with a hard wax oil in order to protect the wood. This will need to be repeated every six months.
All members of our sales team have an extensive knowledge of wooden worktops and can provide expert advice to assist in selecting the most appropriate worktop and accessories for your project.
A selection of kitchen worktops
There is a wide selection of wooden worktops available, these are just a few: –
Oak: Oak Worktop Premier Grade 2400 x 650 x 38 mm code: WOP/2.4 see more
Oak Worktop Premier Grade 2400 x 900 x 38 mm code: WOP/2.4/900 see more
Walnut: Walnut Worktop 2400 x 620 x 20 mm code: WW/2.4 see more
Walnut Worktop Natural Grade 3000 x 650 x 38 mm code: WWP/3M see more
Walnut Worktop Long Stave 3055 x 670 x 40 mm code: WWLS/12 see more
Sealers: Osmo Polyx-Oil Clear Satin (3032) 0.75 Ltr code: OS/.75 see more
Osmo Polyx-Oil Clear Matt (3062) 0.75ltr code: OSM/.75 see more
Self Build Feb 2013 Kitchen Worktops