Wood is a natural product and ideal for worktops, which with regular care, becomes more and more beautiful over the years. This living material feels good, spreads warmth and guarantees a pleasant room climate. It can be repaired, altered or revamped. No one can resist the atmosphere of solid wood. Its inimitable surface urges you to touch it at once.
How to install wooden worktops
Our worktop range will leave you spoilt for choice when planning your new kitchen. We offer nine different attractive types of ranging from beech, the classical and commonly used wood surface at a lower price level, to Walnut which belongs to the premium price segment. A speciality of this programme is bamboo worktops which is a kind of grass in the botanical sense. Bamboo can be reproduced very quickly and is permanently available. It is used in different fields all over the world. There is no raw material which is harder, more elastic and more robust. The bamboo in our collection has a warm caramel colour.
Beech wooden worktops are very popular and seen a lot over recent years in all types of furniture. Beech is pale, light tan wood with darker colour flecks which add to the character. It is between Maple and Ash in style and colour.
Oak worktops are extremely strong and durable and usually have some 'character' particularly in long lengths. Oak worktops may include a few small clean knots. Oak will simply last forever with maintenance and will consistently look better year by year.
Cherry is in our experience one of the best wooden kitchen worktops. After six months Cherry will deepen in colour until it becomes a rich, bronze, ochre. It is a perfect choice for kitchens, particularly if you are looking for a darker wood with a decorative grain pattern.
Maple is an excellent straight grained white wood ideal for kitchen worktops. The colour and grain pattern tends to be very consistent, wide and uniform apart from a bit of colour here and there. It is also very popular as a wood for kitchen doors.