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Creating a Kitchen Breakfast Bar Using Solid Wood Countertops

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  1. Hi – I’m looking for a solid wood block breakfast bar in maybe walnut (although I could be swayed!). Can you tell me how the breakfast bar will be supported please, i.e. legs or central panel and possibly with electrics incorporated in the centre panel. Also approx cost of 5ft length x 2ft wide x 40mm depth.

  2. Hi Nikki,

    Thanks for your comment – walnut is a beautiful timber so I don’t feel it worth dissuading you from your choice.

    We recommend breakfast bars are given one support for every metre of worktop, so a 5ft worktop will probably need two supports.

    Though they are not yet on our website, we are in the process of introducing a range of breakfast bar legs that may be suitable for your requirements. They come in brushed chrome, black and solid wood.

    In the meantime, if you order a cut-to-size breakfast bar off us, you will likely have a set of offcuts supplied with your worktop, from which it may be possible to create a set of breakfast bar legs by someone with the correct carpentry skills.

    If you would like to order a bespoke walnut breakfast bar, you can find out more about our worktop cutting service and details of how to get in touch on the following page:

    Kind regards,

    Ben @ Worktop Express.

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