On this page you can get a close-up look at many examples of our high quality Ash worktops, including bespoke worktops customised by our fabrication department and more.
If you like the look of our Ash worktops and would like to see the options available, please visit our dedicated Ash worktops page.
More detailed information can be found in our Ash Worktops Nutshell Guide.
Ash worktops are a perfect alternative to oak or maple worktops - they are lightly coloured, yet feature characterful grain patterns.
Ash's grain pattern is predominantly straight, but can also feature unique curled formations, too.
Our ash worktops are finger-jointed in order to create an incredibly hard-wearing surface that is also aesthetically pleasing.
Ash worktops such as this have a distinctive linear brown grain, yet overall the timber is lighter than oak.
Our ash worktops are made from a number of 40mm staves that show off different aspects of the timber's natural character.
Consider our ash worktops for classic kitchens - a super alternative to oak.
Our ash worktops are provided with a square edge as standard, though we do offer edge profiling as part of our bespoke worktops service.
In a light kitchen setting, ash worktops can look as bright as maple, yet with a more distinctive linear grain.
Whilst ash worktops are commonly seen in classic kitchen settings, they can also work as part of more contemporary kitchen designs.
Images of kitchens with ash worktops coming soon.