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Wooden Worktops

  • Character Rich Solid Wood Worktops Examples

      If you’re planning a new look for your kitchen, a solid wood worktop is a great item to have on your shortlist. A real investment piece, solid wood worktops raise your kitchen game in so many different ways. But many people reject this option because they believe that something so character rich will cost them an arm and a leg. This is a real shame because it simply isn’t the case. If you’re looking for character rich solid wood worktops, you’re in the right place. At Wood and Beyond we have a great stock to choose from that won’t break the bank. When seeking character, a good option is to choose a rustic wood rather than a prime solution. You can see our whole range of rustic solid wood worktops here. You will see when ... READ MORE >

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  • Wide Plank Oak Worktops For Natural Rich And Warm Look

      Wide plank oak worktops are class and charm rolled into one. There are so many worktop options on the market today, you’d be forgiven for feeling a tad confused if you’re in the process of re-doing your kitchen. Perhaps you’re thinking about marble, stainless steel or stone? The number of solutions available right now can truly make your head spin. However, one worktop option that has been around for decades, if not centuries, and that has never gone out of fashion is wide plank oak worktops. Why is that? There are any number of reasons why wide plank oak worktops have stood the test of time, but the main ones are their great looks, their practicality, their long life and their affordability. In this article we’ll share so ... READ MORE >

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  • Prime or Rustic Wood Worktop; How to Choose?

    Kitchens are big news these days. No longer are they just the place where you prepare lunch, dinner and bake the odd cake. Kitchens really are the hub of most of our homes and choosing the right fixtures and fittings is essential if you’re going to achieve the look you’re hoping for. How to choose between prime or rustic worktops is a question our clients ask us on a regular basis. In this article, we want to share with you some of the pointers that the people we’ve helped say struck the biggest chord with them, but before we start, let’s think about the great qualities of wood worktops in general. Why wood worktops? The first thing to say about wood worktops is that they are completely timeless. No matter whether you’re keen t ... READ MORE >

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  • Solid Kitchen Worktops Top 5 Options Compared

    Solid kitchen worktops are a great idea if style and practicality are high on your agenda. An area of the home that clearly has to be clean and hygienic at all times, when you change your kitchen worktops you need to feel confident that you’ve made the right decision for the short, medium and long term. In this article, we’ll compare 5 solid kitchen worktops to show you how you could create a real impact in your kitchen imaginatively and stylishly, yet without blowing your budget unnecessarily. Worktops, splash backs, islands and more All of the options we’ll speak about in this article are perfectly suited to busy domestic kitchens and can be cleverly combined with other materials such as marble or stainless steel to great effect. ... READ MORE >

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  • Getting Stains Off Wooden Worktops

    Fine wire wool drenched in lemon oil often works! When it comes to stains on wooden worktops, it has to be said that prevention is always better than cure.  That said, even with the very best prevention in place, stains can, and do happen.  Although knowing the cause of the stain may help in some instances, we have assumed for the purpose of this blog post that your goal is to get rid of stains of a general nature. It may be that the stains on your worktop are concentrated into the high traffic areas (ie.  areas where you work most often) or they may be general and widespread across the whole of your worktop.  If the stains are general and widespread across the whole of your worktop, there is little doubt that a full re-sand and re ... READ MORE >

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  • Hardwood Worktops Direct Prices From Wood And Beyond

    If you’re in the process of shopping around for hardwood worktops, you won’t need us to remind you of how careful you need to be when making your choices. Prices from one supplier to another vary enormously as does quality, so you really need to be sure before you buy that you’ve made the right decision. No matter whether you’re shopping on the High Street or online, there are plenty of horror stories – so our best advice is: beware. At Wood and Beyond, we’ve been in business for a very long time which means that we have a loyal following of satisfied customers who keep recommending us and who faithfully come to us time after time when they want a wooden floor, decking or hardwood worktops. This delights us and keeps us on ou ... READ MORE >

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  • Butcher Block Or Full Stave Solid Wood Worktop: How To Choose?

    There’s no getting away from the fact that solid wood worktops are absolutely stunning, no matter your style of kitchen. Irrespective of whether you choose a warm, honey oak worktop to compliment a country style kitchen or a cool, almost black walnut worktop to finish off a cutting edge designer kitchen, you can be sure that when you invest in a solid wood worktop, your money is being spent wisely. When you choose your solid wood worktop, things like the length of worktop that will work best for you will be pretty much determined by your room. The width of worktop that’s likely to tick your boxes however will be determined by more subtle things; like the overhang you want and whether you have standard or super-sized appliances. Final ... READ MORE >

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  • Choosing Solid Wood Worktop Thickness

    When you are searching for a solid wood worktop, one of the questions you’re likely to face is what thickness of worktop would work best for your kitchen. While the length and width of your worktop is likely to be determined by basic things like the size of your kitchen together with whether or not you want to overhang standard size appliances, or if you have super-sized appliances, how you’re going to cater for those. That said, choosing the right thickness of worktop isn’t always determined for you, so how do you choose? While there’s no right or wrong answer that works for everyone, in this blog post, we’d like to explore the things that are likely to impact most on which thickness you choose. Generally speaking, unless you op ... READ MORE >

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  • How To Choose The Right Grade Of Solid Wood Worktop

    When it comes to buying solid wood worktops, the wood you choose will be graded into one of four categories: prime, select, natural or rustic. The category that wood is graded into depends on three things: the number and size of knots, the colour variation present in the wood and the amount of sap it contains. And it’s worth bearing in mind that while you can’t normally see sap; it’s there. As a general rule of thumb, the more uniform the colour, the smaller the knots and the lower the sap content, the higher the grade of wood and, not surprisingly, in most cases, the higher the price. That said, this grading system doesn’t necessarily mean that high grade wood is better than lower grade wood, which is what often makes this choice ... READ MORE >

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  • Reasons to Choose 750mm or 950mm Wide Solid Wood Worktops

    If you’re re-fitting your kitchen or installing your first kitchen in a new build, you’re likely to be spoilt for choice when it comes to cabinets and to worktops. This can be great news, but it can also be a bit overwhelming, causing you to plump for a solution that you know and are familiar with. 750mm and 950mm wide solid wood worktops are solutions that often get overlooked when people are looking for kitchen ideas and that’s a real shame. Standard size worktops tend to come in either 600 or 650mm widths. However there are certain situations that call for a significantly wider worktop solution. In this article we’ll look at 5 great reasons to choose 750 or 950mm wide solid wood worktops. Here they are: You’ve got a big kitche ... READ MORE >

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