Every month a fleet of incredible bespoke wood countertops passes through the hands of our incredibly skilled fabrication team. During April over 500 worktops were created, and May is on track to be even busier! Here on the blog we have picked three of the best bespoke worktops for your delectation.
For a hard-wearing worktop that is undeniably luxurious, our incredibly dark Deluxe Wenge worktops sit at the top of the pile. Featuring extra-wide staves of this lavish mid-African timber, this is easily one one of the heaviest and most dense worktops available – 50% more than oak.
This particular bespoke Deluxe Wenge worktop was created to sit in a specified gap in the customer’s kitchen that was created by making two irregular cut-outs in a 720mm wide worktop. Once the worktop had been cut to size by our fabrication team, it was given a number of coats of oil to protect it prior to installation.
If you would like Deluxe Wenge to feature as the centrepiece in your kitchen, they start at £350 for a 2M x 620mm x 40mm workop.
Every month we fabricate hundreds of oak worktops, so it takes something rather unusual to catch our eye. This particular oak worktop was made to span the entire width of a U-shaped kitchen, and features two unique cut-outs to suit a kitchen sink and hob.
A small irregular cut-out was made on the top left corner to accommodate the customer’s kitchen, whilst on the underside of the worktop, two sets of connector bolt recesses were cut to allow the worktop to be attached easily to the two adjoining surfaces.
Our oak collection represents fantastic value for money, with prices starting at just £95 for a 2M x 620mm x 40mm worktop.
Our iroko worktops are made from resilient hardwood timber that hails from central Africa. Although it stars off as a vibrant golden yellow timber, the wood matures over time into a deep bronze hue.
This iroko surface was customised in a number of ways in order to meet our customer’s exact requirements. First, a piece was cut out to accommodate a Belfast sink, after which twin tap holes and two sets of hotrod grooves were routed into the surface. Finally – as with all worktops that pass through our bespoke cutting facility – several coats of oil were applied to the wood to protect it during delivery and installation.
If you like the idea of having this exotic timber in your kitchen, our iroko worktops are available from just £120 for a 2M x 620mm x 40mm surface.