The more traditional solid wood kitchen worktops are still hugely popular and can lend themselves to timeless, rustic country kitchens and sleek natural modern designs alike, depending on your personal décor. The benefits of using natural materials is that every wood species has its own personality, with different grains, patterns and characteristics – that after oiling will mature beautifully with age.
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Using natural materials is of course more eco-friendly, as they are both recyclable and renewable, and the scope of design and cut in installation is vast, accommodating undermounted and Belfast sinks that don’t marry well with laminate, almost any kind of curves and shapes, end panels, drainage channels and more.
We supply and fit the following worktops: oak, iroko, walnut, beech, wenge, maple, bamboo, ash
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The main consideration to remember with natural wood is that it must be cared for, so that means ensuring using chopping boards, and surface protectors for hot pans to ensure no scorching or marking of the grain.
Solid wood worktops come from a large variety of well-known styles to suit your taste. Popular styles include ash, bamboo, beech, black oak, cherry, iroko, maple, prime oak, regular oak, rubberwood, sapele, black walnut, standard walnut, wenge and zebrano, amongst others.
Mr Kitchen worktop fitter specialises in a worktop express professional services using top of the range power tools including Mafell, Festool, Dewalt, Makita, Bosch and many other leading power tool brands.
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