Wooden countertops are a really popular choice in kitchens, both with real foodies and with people who aren’t particularly great at cooking yet adore great style. A choice that dates back centuries, there’s a real warmth and charm about a wooden countertop that you simply don’t get with other solutions.
No matter whether you choose white, bright coloured, dark or even stainless steel cabinets, a wooden countertop will look simply stunning. At Wood and Beyond we’ve been supplying wooden countertops to discerning customers for many years now and have built up a great stock, so you have plenty of choice.
One of the things we make a point of is making sure we have a really broad colour range, so there truly is something for everyone.
In this article, we’ll share some of our most popular colours so you can get an idea of the breadth of choice we have available.
Traditional, classic oak colour
This bargain basement oak wooden countertop is 38mm by 620mm and 2m long and comes in at well under £100. Its classic oak colouring makes it the ideal option for anyone who wants a great quality, super looking wooden countertop that doesn’t stand out too much or break the bank. Mix it with any sort of cabinets and accessories and you’re sure to get a really stylish and functional result.
Warm honey oak
This premium oak wooden countertop, which is a really warm honey colour is perfect in a country kitchen setting and looks fabulous with any style that’s a bit more traditional. Perfect when mixed with white cabinets and fresh, natural accessories, this wooden countertop will look great immediately after installation and will carry on looking superb for years and years to come.
Rich and golden
If you want something just a tiny bit out of the ordinary, you should consider this premium caramel bamboo wooden countertop. Well named, the caramel colour of this option means it’s quite a statement. Tying in really nicely with dark or light coloured cabinet doors, the almost ribbed effect you get here is hard to beat.
Subtle yet stylish
If you want a really subtle wood colour, this premium iroko unfinished wooden countertop is for you. Providing you with a wooden countertop solution that is left unfinished so you can decide what sort of finish you prefer at the last minute, this one’s ideal for anyone who’s undecided about final look. A particularly subtle yet stylish solution, this one contains the full range of brown and beige colour tones.
Almost black and white
This premium tiger walnut wooden countertop is almost black and white in colour. Full of interest and charm, this option won’t disappoint whatever style of kitchen you have. It will lift a tired kitchen that you want to bring back to life or will be the icing on the cake of a brand new kitchen. Fabulous combined with monotones, you won’t be disappointed with the outcome.
For something completely out of the ordinary, this full stave bog oak wooden countertop won’t disappoint. This wooden countertop is so unusual; you’d almost think it had been put together by an artist rather than by nature itself. A riot of wood colours, textures and shapes, this wooden countertop will have you looking at it for hours it is so interesting. And it will last a lifetime.
If you want something completely out of the ordinary, this virtually pin-striped full stave premium oak wenge wooden countertop is sure to turn heads. Blonde wood and black stripes make this solution a complete stunner for any kitchen, big or small. No matter what you throw at this one, you’ll get an end result that will leave everyone green with envy.
We’re sure you’ll agree that there really is something for everyone in our wooden countertops colour range. However, if you’d like any help or advice to make the right choice for your kitchen, all you need to do is get in touch, or come down to our Golders Green Showroom. We’d love to hear from you, or even better to meet you in person.
What are the key benefits of choosing wooden countertops?
Wooden countertops are a popular choice in kitchens for their warmth and charm. They pair well with any style of kitchen cabinet, whether white, bright coloured, dark, or even stainless steel. Wooden countertops also come in a variety of colours, offering flexibility in matching your kitchen’s aesthetic.
How does an oak wooden countertop look in a kitchen?
An oak wooden countertop provides a traditional and classic look to the kitchen. Its natural oak colouring allows it to blend well with various types of kitchen cabinets and accessories without overpowering the design. This makes it a great choice for those seeking a stylish and functional countertop.
What makes a premium caramel bamboo wooden countertop unique?
A premium caramel bamboo wooden countertop has a distinctive, almost ribbed effect that makes it stand out. The caramel colour is warm and inviting, fitting well with either dark or light-coloured cabinet doors.
How does an unfinished wooden countertop provide flexibility in kitchen design?
An unfinished wooden countertop, such as a premium iroko, provides the flexibility to decide on the type of finish at the last minute. It’s a subtle yet stylish solution that encompasses a range of brown and beige tones, ideal for those who are undecided about the final look of their kitchen.
How does a tiger walnut wooden countertop enhance a kitchen’s aesthetic?
A tiger walnut wooden countertop, with its almost black and white colouring, adds a striking visual interest to a kitchen. This countertop can revitalise a tired kitchen or complement a brand new one, especially when paired with monotones.