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Breakfast Bar Worktops

House of Worktops provides wide selection of quality breakfast bar worktops available in wide range of materials and styles. The width of the breakfast bar worktops range from 720, 930 to 1240mm, available in 1.5M, 2M, 3M and 4M lengths. If you are looking for a bespoke option, simply design your worktop via custom worktop builder and we can fabricate your breakfast bar worktop to any size and finish that you like. Simply order now and our 2-man delivery drivers will bring your breakfast bar worktop to a room of your choice.

Prime Oak Worktop

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Oak Worktop

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Full Stave Deluxe Rustic Oak Worktop

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Full Stave Deluxe Oak Worktop

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Beech Worktop

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FAQs

Absolutely! Worktops can be an excellent choice for creating a stylish and functional breakfast bar table in your kitchen. They provide a convenient and versatile space for casual dining, socializing, and food preparation.

The best worktop for a breakfast bar depends on your preferences and needs. Natural materials like solid wood, granite and quartz offer durability and aesthetic appeal. Laminate worktops are also a budget-friendly option that come in various styles and designs.

The width of a breakfast bar worktop can vary, but common widths range from 40 to 50 cm. However, for a more comfortable dining experience, a width of 60 to 90 cm is recommended.

A standard breakfast bar height is around 110 cm from the floor. However, this can vary based on personal preference and the height of the bar stools or chairs you plan to use. It's essential to consider comfort and ergonomics when determining the height.

The thickness of a breakfast bar typically ranges from 2 to 6 cm, the most common being 4cm. Thicker breakfast bar worktops can provide a more substantial and luxurious appearance, while thinner ones offer a sleek and modern look. Compact laminates at just 12mm thick may offer a surprising and understated option for the latter.

A typical overhang for a breakfast bar is around 25 to 30 cm. This provides enough space for comfortable seating without the need for excessive support. However, if you plan to accommodate larger chairs or stools, consider increasing the overhang for better legroom.

Yes, you can definitely have a laminate worktop for your kitchen breakfast bar. Laminate worktops are versatile, cost-effective and come in a wide range of designs and finishes, making them suitable for creating a stylish breakfast bar.

To make your breakfast bar look nice, consider adding decorative elements like pendant lights above the bar, unique bar stools or chairs and coordinated accessories like placemats and other tableware. Adding a decorative backsplash behind the bar can also enhance its visual appeal. Putting together some moodboards is a great way to start brainstorming your breakfast bar ideas.

Yes, you can put a breakfast bar in a small kitchen. Opt for space-saving designs, like a narrow bar with a compact overhang and choose bar stools that can be tucked underneath when not in use. This can provide a functional and attractive eating area without taking up too much space.

Yes, a well-designed and functional kitchen breakfast bar can add value to your home. It's a sought-after feature for many buyers as it offers additional dining and entertaining space, making the kitchen area more versatile and appealing.

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