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Solid Iroko Cutlery Drawer Inserts

Solid Iroko Cutlery Drawer Inserts

This distinctive African timber looks fantastic in a variety of kitchen themes. If you've made this your worktop of choice, we highly recommend considering a matching iroko cutlery drawer insert. These inserts are CNC-machined and hand-finished to a very high standard, and the natural properties of iroko make them very hygienic, too.

Our iroko cutlery drawer inserts are available in a range of sizes, starting at 310mm (for a 400mm drawer), and going all the way up to 910mm (for a 1000mm drawer), with four other sizes between. With profiled edges, they slot straight into Blum drawerboxes for a snug fit, but will fit in most other well-built drawers, too.

At least five handy compartments provide plenty of space for a single cutlery set, whilst the larger inserts have further space for larger utensils and a number of cutlery sets. The wooden inserts are supplied in a smooth sanded and pre-oiled finish for your convenience, though we do recommend regular oiling using our 1L Rustins Danish Oil to maintain and protect the timber.

Solid wood cutlery drawer insert sizes available

310mm wide drawer insert diagram

310mm
for 400mm wide

410mm wide drawer insert diagram

410mm
for 500mm wide

510mm wide drawer insert diagram

510mm
for 600mm wide

710mm wide drawer insert diagram

710mm
for 800mm wide

810mm wide drawer insert diagram

810mm
for 900mm wide

910mm wide drawer insert diagram

910mm
for 1000mm wide

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