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Wooden Worktops

Our wide collection of wood worktops makes the perfect choice for your kitchen worktops. With affordable options such as beech and standard oak bringing nature back into your home, right through to luxurious full stave oak and walnut, providing those final exquisite details to perfect your interior. Our wooden worktops are available in three stave configurations and in all sizes, up to 4M in length and 1240mm in width.

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Oak Worktop

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Full Stave Deluxe Rustic Oak Worktop

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Deluxe Rustic Oak Worktop

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Super Stave Rustic Oak Worktop

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Full Stave Deluxe Oak Worktop

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Why is House of Worktops the right choice for your kitchen wooden worktops?

At House of Worktops, we know our wood, we know our quality and we are 100% customer oriented. While this is something many firms say, we are the only player to control the entire supply chain - from sourcing high-quality wood from our own plantations, to delivering finished kitchen worktops to your doorstep. This allows us to ensure the best quality and save on costs by removing middlemen. We have been in the timber industry since 1999 and have unparalleled expertise across the entire chain, providing worktops including wooden and laminate worktops.

What’s more, we have created our own unique zero-waste system of production where every single material is being used to create Eco-Fuel. Because we know that mere quality and service is not enough, we also need to be 100% invested in sustainability. We have a wide range of worktops - seven unique wood types including Beech, Ash and Walnut worktop, three stave configurations, several sizes, and excellent communication and responsibility towards our customers to ensure you are provided with the worktop that matches your taste and space.

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Sizes, Styling and Material

At House of Worktops, we provide a range of stylings and different material selections in order to highlight the character of your wood worktop and accommodate your needs and taste. Our team is specialized in transforming your worktop to meet your expectations whether you want your kitchen worktop to have a homey feeling, to be a timeless piece or the star of your kitchen.

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FAQs

Absolutely! Wooden worktops can bring warmth, elegance and a natural aesthetic to your home space. Plus due to their ability to be continually sanded, they can most certainly outlive any other worktop type (e.g. granite, marble, quartz and laminate). A wooden worktop is an excellent choice for a versatile, durable and timeless appeal that can complement various kitchen design styles.

Mainly hardwood species such as oak, walnut, beech, iroko and ash. Each type has its own unique characteristics in terms of colour, grain pattern and hardness. Choose a wood that matches your desired look and meets your durability requirements.

Yes, when properly maintained, wooden worktops are highly durable. Regular re-oiling and appropriate care can help prevent moisture damage and staining, ensuring your worktops last for many, many years.

No! You shouldn’t place hot pans on a wood worktop. Wood is a natural insulator and we highly recommend using worktop savers, or trivets when dealing with cookware straight off the stove or out of the oven. Placing hot pots or pans directly on the surface may cause discolouration, burns or even warping.

Wooden worktops should be regularly cleaned with mild soap and water. Promptly mop-up spills and use cutting boards and trivets to avoid direct heat and scratches.

Wooden worktops should always be protected with a worktop oil. Looking after a wood worktop long-term means periodically re-applying the oil to keep the wood nourished and protected and it’s a simple, quick process. We recommend using Osmo Top Oil or Rustins Danish Oil.

Wooden countertops do require a little bit more maintenance compared to some other materials like laminates, but the effort is well worth the natural beauty they bring. With proper care, wooden worktops can remain stunning and functional for years.

Of course! Wooden worktops can be used in various settings, including bathrooms, offices and as tabletops for furniture. Just keep in mind the specific requirements of the area, such as moisture levels in a bathroom, as it may require more frequent maintenance. You may prefer the lower-maintenance option of a compact laminate or similar for this particular area.

A properly sealed wooden worktop can handle water spillages. However, wooden worktops can be susceptible to water damage if not properly maintained. Regular re-sealing (oiling) helps create a protective barrier against moisture in the long-term and is very easy to do.

It's advisable to always use cutting boards to prevent scratches and nicks on your worktops. Cutting directly on the surface can lead to damage over time.

Wooden worktops made from sustainably sourced wood are considered environmentally friendly. Look for products with certifications like FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) to ensure responsible wood sourcing. All House of Worktops wooden worktops are FSC certified.

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