Wood and Beyond Showroom

Our Showroom

    •  220 The Vale, London
    •  NW11 8SR

Opening Hours

    •  MONDAY-FRIDAY 8.30 - 18.30
    •  SATURDAY 9.30 - 17.00
    •  SUNDAY Closed
    •  BANK HOLIDAYS 9.30 - 15.00
  •  Parking is available at no cost along The Vale street. There is plenty of parking at all hours of the day.
TEL: 0208 209 2662 - 0800 690 6864
MON-FRI 08:00-18:30 / SAT 09:30-17:00
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Wooden Worktops

Wooden Worktops

 

Worktops from wood are durable, classic in their look and will instantly become the focal point in any kitchen. Each wood species has a slightly different shade and markings, such as brown with uniformed fine markings for worktops made from Oak or dark chocolate brown colour with natural colouring for worktops made from Black Walnut. The beauty of the solid wood worktops lies in their warm tones and natural beauty. When choosing these instead of other worktop types, you benefit from the ability to maintain and enhance its fantastic natural rich and warm look, whilst other work surfaces age badly through the years. Moreover, because solid worktops are constructed from solid materials all the way through (100% real wood), you can easily sand the surface and restore it to its natural glory should you ever need to.

To name just a few, our wooden worktops range includes Oak Worktops, Iroko Worktops, Walnut Worktops and many more. Each comes in a variety of dimensions from 2m to 4m and many more popular dimensions.

Selected products are available to order also as a Sample delivered straight to your door. Just click on your choice of worktop and select the 'Sample' option. The £0.99 P&P will be refunded when you have placed your order with us.

Why Choose Wood Worktops For Your Kitchen?
The high quality solid wood which is the base for the worktop (also known as 'Counter Top') is made from staves of wood which are then cut, selected, graded and kiln dried to ensure a moisture level suitable for domestic interior use such as a kitchen. These materials are then glued together to form one homogeneous panel. The process known as finger jointing gives a stable and durable construction to the wood ensuing it will last for many years even under the most extensive use. It also reduces the natural defects of the wood and ensures a more consistent colour and grain pattern.