Good quality shines through
Here at House
of Worktops, we feel that, when it comes to wooden worktop surfaces, the
quality that we put into our products truly shows. Rather than simply opting
for cheaper alternatives, it is our philosophy that if you invest in the best
materials you get the best product. As such, we aim to give our clients the
optimal possible standard of service when it comes to choosing a wooden worktop
surface. Choosing the correct wood for a worktop surface – whether it is for
your own kitchen, or one you are renovating – plays a massive part in how the
room feels. Therefore, clients ought to consider the mood and feel that they
are trying to achieve. With this information, our wood experts can then decide
whether or not products such as a walnut
worktop would meet these needs.
Why opt for a walnut worktop?
Many of the customers who visit us here at House of Worktops do so with the aim of
leaving with a walnut worktop. The reason for this is
that walnut wood is a timeless, classic and attractive wood which often acts as
a feature piece of a kitchen because of its natural wavy patterns. Being one of
the most popular and prominent species of timber on offer here at House of Worktops, and indeed across
the globe, walnut has
earned its reputation as a go-to wood for a worktop because of its mix of rich
shades of deep, dark colour. Because of its dark, attractive and classic
aesthetic, walnut is often used to add flare and character to a kitchen, whilst
still being a strong and durable material which will hold up to all the
practicalities of a kitchen worktop.
Where does the walnut timber come from?
of Worktops, we believe in providing a quality of service and product which
is second to none. As such, we make sure that we get all of our walnut timber
from a responsible source, which also produces wood that is of the highest
possible quality. It is for this reason that all the walnut that goes into all
of our worktops is sustainably sourced from the Black Sea region, as the walnut
from this region is famous for its darker, richer colour and patterning which
naturally forms within the wood. Walnut trees actually have incredibly valuable
roots for use within high-end accessories, and part of the responsibility of
being a walnut wood producer lies in extracting these valuable roots and then
recycling around 80% of these root materials back into the production of our
worktops. This combination of raw timber from the trunk, combined with the
varied and expressive shapes of the root contribute to the eye-catching, unique
nature of the walnut wood worktop surfaces which we create here at House of Worktops.
Can I sample the wood?
If you are struggling to visualise exactly how a
walnut wooden worktop may look within your kitchen and under the lights of your
own home, then do not panic. Here at House
of Worktops we are able to send out sample pieces of walnut timber to those
who are interested. This lets customers envision how their own work surfaces
would look and make a properly informed decision which they know they can stand