Solid Oak Shelf 1200mm x 200mm x 30mm, £48.00
This 1200mm solid oak shelving is manufactured from the highest quality of timber, and is a slimline version of our standard oak range (which is 40mm thick rather than 30mm). All of our oak is sourced from European forests with sustainable policies, before being transported to our workshop in the UK to be fabricated and finished by our skilled team.
Manufactured from the same timber we use to create our beautiful oak worktops, these stylish shelves are hard-wearing and robust - perfect for kitchens, offices or any other room in your home! With the golden tones and unique grain pattern that oak is best known for, this timber is an excellent choice for space-saving shelving.
This particular range of solid oak shelving is available in two thickness options - 30mm or 40mm - allowing you to choose between a 'slimline' or 'chunky' aesthetic. All our solid wood shelves have square edges and are sanded to an amazingly smooth 150 grit finish. Subsequently, they are given three coats of HABiol Oil to protect and enhance the wood, and bring out the natural beauty of the grain.
A series of finger-jointed 40mm wide staves - which are also high-pressure bonded - are used to form our oak shelving. This assembly technique balances optimum strength with an attractive look that brings out the personality of this favoured wood. Unlike our standard 40mm range, these shelves are 30mm thick - thus creating a more streamlined look.
In order to save you time, these oak shelves have been pre-drilled, ready for you to mount on your chosen wall using the specialist floating shelf fixings provided. The 'floating' effect of our solid oak shelves is completed with three 'invisible' brackets, guaranteeing an impressive appearance.
The sophisticated appearance of this high-quality shelving is unparalleled by softwood or laminate imitations. Using raw material carefully selected for its high quality, our shelves are naturally hard-wearing and full of charm. Made from real wood, small knots or splits can occasionally occur; though this is very rare, it is viewed as a natural development that adds to the unique character of each shelf.