We are very proud of the custom kitchen worktops created by our fabrication team, and this month we are delighted to bring you a small selection of the 750+ bespoke surfaces that have been made in our Gloucester facility in recent weeks.
If you like the look and feel of an oak worktop but are looking for a darker choice, do consider our black oak worktops. Black oak undergoes a special treatment that blackens the timber throughout, making it a great alternative to wenge or other dark hardwoods.
This particular black oak worktop has been cut to accommodate an undermounted kitchen sink, with a smooth pencil profile applied to the top edge, and corresponding drainage grooves to one side. Whilst black oak is not one of the more common timbers we see in our fabrication warehouse, it stands out as a luxurious surface whenever it passes through.
Concrete Laminate Worktop
This grey concrete laminate worktop had a bespoke aperture cut out to accommodate an overmounted sink, allowing it to be installed easily in the customer’s kitchen immediately after delivery.
Beech worktops are incredibly affordable and often picked for both classic and contemporary kitchen settings.
The beech worktop above caught our eye as it features an unusually small sink hole in the centre of the worktop. The customer informs us that this worktop is intended for use as a kitchen island, and the small sink will be used for drinking water or for washing and preparing fresh produce only.
As with all wood worktops that pass through our facility, this beech surface was oiled after customisation to ensure that it would be sealed and protected during transit and installation.
If you would like to see more examples of customised worktops, please take a look at our Bespoke Worktop Fabrication Gallery, which features hundreds of photos of worktops that have been created previously by our skilled team.