Kitchen furniture tops. . .
The island, dresser, sideboard and table tops are
the main areas you look at, or down on and the surface that takes
most of the wear in a kitchen. Following are some of the more
appropriate materials which we use but we are able to supply any
contemporary bench top material if you find it suitable for your
has been by far the most used bench material in kitchen furniture
and we have our timber range
for you to choose from.
The tops can be finished in oil, lacquer or high impact resistant
tops are traditional especially for pastry work. . . their drawback
is that the stone is some what soft and stains easily. . .with care
however they are still worth considering, particularly for island
We used a 50mm thick slab brought in from Italy for a return top
and it looked stunning!
is also natural stone and still porous and so can be subject to
staining. . .it is however much harder than marble and is available
in a large range of colours and patterns. . .see the range here.
Tiled top detail adds beautiful colour and pattern
to the kitchen!
The tiles provide a hard, clean and heat resistant surface which
will last a life time. . .
We display a wide selection of colours and designs here
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