Kitchen worktop is a significant portion of any kitchen. A great looking kitchen worktops can truly enhance beauty of your kitchen, apart from serving your essential needs. It is important that worktop you choose must be functional enough to serve your needs, fashionable enough to give your kitchen a trendy look and affordable enough to not to cross the limits of your planned budget.
Hard wood kitchen worktops
A hardwood kitchen worktop can bring real classic look and warmth to your kitchen. These worktops are available in various kinds of woods, styles and designs. Oak, European walnut, Iroko, Beech and Wenge & African Walnut are among some of the best selling hardwood kitchen worktops. Hardwood worktops have many qualities that make it popular choice for home owners. Here, we have described few peculiar kinds of wooden kitchen worktops for your kitchen to make your selection easier:
Maple worktops by Underwood
The pale finish of maple worktops in this Underwood Furniture kitchen helps to reflect the light around the room.
As wood is much elastic than other materials, it has better capacity to absorb shocks. Moreover, wood has feature of gaining richness over time, thus wood counter tops look more elegant over the years.
Rencraft butcher’s block
A maple butcher’s block, such as this one from Rencraft, is a hardwearing addition to any prep area.
Harvey Jones kitchen
Wenge worksurface from DesignSpace London
Walnut worktop from Neil Lerner
Rosewood veneer by DesignSpace
Second Nature bamboo worksurface
B&Q beech worktop
Beech has an appealing soft grain that gives it a timeless look. This natural solid-wood worktop from B&Q costs from £199 per 3m.