Solid Oak Shelf 1500mm x 200mm x 30mm, £58.00
Our solid oak shelving is produced from the highest quality timber. We source our oak from Europe - taking special care to ensure that it is produced sustainably and ethically - before transporting it to our workshop in the UK where it is cut and finished by our highly trained team.
These shelves are perfect for kitchens or offices, leaving your work space clear and uncluttered. Manufactured from the same timber that we build our beautiful oak worktops with, these shelves are robust and long-lasting. With the warm, golden hues and distinctive grain pattern that oak is best known for, this timber is a popular choice for solid wood shelving and worktops alike.
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. We finish our shelving with square edges and sand it to a silky smooth 150 grit finish. All shelves are given three coats of HABiol Oil to protect the wood and enrich the natural beauty of the grain pattern.
40mm wide solid oak staves - which are finger-jointed together and high-pressure bonded - are used to create this shelving. This technique ensures maximum strength whilst helping to showcase the personality of this favoured wood.
For added convenience, our oak shelves are pre-drilled, ready to be fitted to your chosen wall on four floating shelf fixings. These specialist fixings are hidden behind the shelf, to complete the effect of our elegant floating shelves, which look fabulous fitted on any wall. Unlike our standard 40mm range, these shelves are 30mm thick, thereby producing a more streamlined aesthetic.
Our high-quality oak shelving creates a beautiful look that is unequalled by cheaper softwood or laminate imitations. Our shelves are crafted from the finest raw material to meet demanding standards, making them naturally resilient and visually pleasing. Made entirely from real timber, small knots or splits may sometimes be present; although this is extremely uncommon, it is viewed as a natural development of the wood, which adds to its unique character.