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Walnut Worktops – Full Stave Wood Countertops

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Our full stave walnut worktops are crafted from English or European walnut, known for its rich and warm tones. These worktops are carefully enhanced with resin, adding a touch of rustic charm to their natural beauty. The resin infusion highlights the unique features of the wood, such as knots and grain patterns, creating a visually striking and distinctive countertop for your kitchen. With their combination of elegant walnut and resin accents, these worktops offer a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetic appeal.

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Walnut Worktops. Full Stave Wooden Countertops by Earthy Timber

Why Full Stave Walnut Worktops are the Ultimate Choice for Timeless Elegance in Your Kitchen

Earthy Timber’s full stave walnut worktops  guarantee to transform your kitchen or living space with radiant warming undertones and beautiful earthy grains adding a strong sense of natural beauty. Renowned for their rich, deep hues and distinctive grain patterns, English or European walnut wood worktops effortlessly elevate the aesthetic appeal of any culinary space. Crafted to merge form with function, our full stave walnut worktops are the epitome of versatility and durability. The luxurious, earthy tones of walnut exude a sense of refinement, making them the ultimate choice for those desiring a kitchen that transcends fleeting trends and embraces enduring style. Rooted in a commitment to quality and craftsmanship, our walnut worktops offer unmatched longevity and visual appeal.

Resin Infused Walnut Worktops: Showcasing Nature’s Elegance with Artistic Flair

The walnut worktops by Earthy Timber showcase resin infusions that possess a truly remarkable and captivating quality. We carefully craft them using salvaged walnut planks sourced exclusively from sustainable woodlands and private estates throughout the UK and Europe. To ensure their longevity and prevent warping, we subject these wood slabs to a meticulous vacuum kiln drying process right on our premises. With great attention to detail, we hand-select each walnut plank based on your chosen setting, taking into account the natural and unique markings, cracks, and striations in the timber. To enhance the natural beauty, we delicately infuse the wood planks with epoxy resin, creating stunning surfaces that are smooth, captivating and reminiscent of the wonders of nature.

Resin infusions in walnut worktops are a technique used by Earthy Timber to enhance the natural beauty of salvaged wood while also addressing practical considerations. By incorporating resin into the timber worktop, the unique characteristics of the wood, such as its open grain patterns and striations, are highlighted and emphasized resulting in a smooth and even kitchen surface. This not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the wooden worktop but also ensures a hygienic and easy-to-maintain surface.

Kitchen Worktop Edging Choices. Live Edge Walnut Worktops vs. Contemporary Countertops

Live edge walnut worktops offer a captivating blend of rustic charm and contemporary sophistication. With their natural, untrimmed, smoothed edges that showcase the tree’s original shape, these worktops bring a unique and organic touch to any space. The rich, warm tones and intricate grain patterns of English walnut wood further enhance the visual appeal, creating a stunning focal point in kitchens or any area where a touch of natural elegance is desired.

The live edge design celebrates the inherent beauty of the wood, preserving its unique characteristics and imperfections. Each worktop tells a story, with knots, cracks, and variations in colour and texture adding character and individuality. This distinctive feature makes every live edge walnut worktop a one-of-a-kind masterpiece, reflecting the beauty of nature in its purest form.

Beyond their aesthetic appeal, live edge walnut worktops also offer practical benefits. The durable and sturdy nature of walnut wood ensures longevity, making them suitable for daily use. The smooth, polished surface provides a comfortable and hygienic workspace, while the natural oils present in walnut wood offer inherent resistance to bacteria and moisture.

Whether used as a kitchen countertop, a walnut desk, or a statement piece river table in a dining area, live edge walnut worktops effortlessly blend functionality with artistic flair. They create a warm and inviting atmosphere, inviting a connection to nature within the confines of modern living spaces. With their timeless beauty and versatility, live edge walnut worktops are a perfect choice for those seeking to infuse their surroundings with natural elegance and a touch of rustic sophistication.

Our modern – rustic wood worktops in walnut are available with a series of different edging choices that add interest and compliment its given surroundings. For a more rural and rustic appeal, we can offer our live edging style which follows the natural shape of the tree, or for a more modern and contemporary feel, we can offer our straight/ square edging style. Alternatively, we can offer our mixed edging which offers a combination of both edging styles.

Whether your desired environment is a modern apartment in the city or a rural cottage, our bespoke full stave wooden worktops are guaranteed to add beauty and interest and with the right finish can be incorporated into commercial premises too such as bars, pubs, restaurants, office spaces and hotels.

Design Inspirations with Walnut Worktops

The timeless elegance of walnut worktops serves as a versatile canvas for a myriad of design inspirations in the kitchen. Whether paired with crisp white cabinetry for a classic look or juxtaposed against sleek, modern fixtures for a contemporary aesthetic, walnut worktops infuse a sense of warmth and sophistication into any design scheme.
For traditional kitchens, walnut worktops can be complemented by ornate hardware and vintage-inspired accents to create a sense of old-world charm. In contrast, in modern kitchens, the rich tones of walnut can be juxtaposed with minimalist cabinetry and sleek, stainless steel appliances for a striking visual contrast.
In open-plan kitchen designs, walnut worktops can serve as a unifying element, seamlessly connecting the kitchen space with adjacent living and dining areas. The natural warmth of walnut wood creates a welcoming atmosphere, making it an ideal choice for kitchens that double as social hubs within the home.

Exploring the Versatility of Walnut Kitchen Worktops: A Range of Sizes for Every Need

 

Standard Size 1m 2m 2.5m walnut worktop 500mm – 650mm wide

The most common size for walnut worktops 2m, 2.5m and 500mm or 600mm wide, this versatile option fits well in most kitchen layouts. It provides ample space for food preparation, cooking, and other kitchen activities. The rich tones and natural grain patterns of walnut add warmth and elegance to any kitchen.

Extended Width Walnut Worktop 700mm, 800mm, 900mm, 1m, 1.5m wide

Ideal for larger kitchens extended width walnut worktop 700mm 800mm 900mm up to 1m, 1.5m wide offers a generous surface area. It allows for multiple people to work simultaneously or provides ample space for elaborate meal preparations. This size is perfect for walnut kitchen island worktop or wooden breakfast bar

Narrow Width Wooden Countertop 300mm 400mm wide

A narrower walnut wood worktop 300mm 400mm 500mm is a great choice for compact kitchens or as an additional surface in a larger kitchen. It can be used as a dedicated space for specific tasks, such as baking or chopping ingredients. Its smaller size makes it easy to fit into tight spaces while still providing the beauty and functionality of walnut.

Custom Size Walnut Worktops

Earthy Timber ‘s walnut worktops are fully customised to fit specific kitchen dimensions. This option is ideal for unique kitchen layouts or unconventional designs. Custom-sized kitchen worktops ensure a perfect fit and maximize the use of available space, allowing for a seamless integration into the overall kitchen design.

Determining the Ideal Thickness for Wooden Worktops

Walnut worktops have long been admired for their timeless beauty and durability. One important consideration when choosing a walnut worktop is its thickness, as it can greatly impact the overall aesthetic and functionality of the space.

Thin and Sleek Wooden Countertops in Walnut 18mm 20mm 25mm

For a modern and minimalist look, thin walnut wood worktops are an excellent choice. Typically ranging from 18mm to 25mm in thickness, these sleek modern surfaces create a streamlined and contemporary feel. They are perfect for modern kitchens or workspaces, where clean lines and a minimalist aesthetic are desired. Thin walnut worktops also work well in smaller spaces, as they can visually expand the area and create an open and airy atmosphere.

Medium Thickness Walnut Worktops 30mm 40mm

Walnut worktops with a medium thickness, typically around 30mm – 40mm, strike a balance between modern and traditional settings. They offer a substantial and solid feel, making them suitable for a variety of design styles. In modern settings, 30mm 40mm thickness kitchen worktops can add warmth and character, while still maintaining a sleek and sophisticated look. In traditional settings, they provide a sense of authenticity and craftsmanship, enhancing the overall charm of the space.

Chunky, Thick Wooden Countertops 50mm, 55mm, 60mm, 70mm

Chunky, thick walnut worktops, ranging from 50mm, 55mm, 60mm, 70mm or more, exude a sense of grandeur and luxury. These substantial kitchen countertops are well-suited for traditional settings, where they can become a focal point and showcase the natural beauty of the walnut wood. Thick and chunky worktops also offer durability and longevity, making them ideal for high-traffic areas or for those who value a solid and substantial feel in their space.

When choosing a walnut worktop, considering the thickness is crucial in achieving the desired aesthetic and functionality. Thin worktops lend themselves well to modern settings, while medium thickness worktops strike a balance between modern and traditional. Thick worktops, on the other hand, add a sense of grandeur and are perfect for traditional settings. By carefully selecting the thickness that best suits your style and needs, you can create a stunning and harmonious space that showcases the natural beauty of walnut in both modern and traditional settings.

Which wood finish is most ideal for a kitchen worktop?

We offer two primary choices for finishing, each ensuring adequate protection against harm and deterioration while diligently preserving the inherent earthy tones and textures. Initially, a clear transparent lacquer acts as a robust stronghold, shielding against potential water damage. This option effectively safeguards your item, maintaining its original appearance.

Secondly, our water-based oil treatment possesses the remarkable ability to penetrate the timber, establishing numerous layers of protection and amplifying the natural hues, resulting in captivating autumn-inspired tones. The utilisation of this treatment method promises a stunning enhancement of colour.

Our superior signature wood waterproof finish for kitchen worktops is a protective fnishing that helps to prevent water damage and stains, ensuring the longevity and durability of the wood countertop whilst preserving the natural appearance of timber. This superb, developed in house finish penetrates deeper layers of timber as well as forms a barrier that repels water, making it easy to clean. The waterproofed wood worktop does not require ongoing maintenance.

Timescale for Earthy Timber ‘s Bespoke Wooden Countertops

It typically takes approximately 1-2 months to meticulously create each of our exceptional solid wood worktops. This extensive timeline is necessary due to the bespoke nature of our products and the attention to detail required. Our utmost priority lies in crafting rustic wood worktops in walnut with utmost precision and excellence. Once we achieve the desired outcome, we will promptly communicate with you to coordinate delivery through our dedicated delivery service.

Surfaces Complementing Full Stave Walnut Kitchen Worktops

When it comes to creating a cohesive and visually stunning traditional or modern kitchen design, choosing countertops that complement English walnut kitchen worktops can make a significant impact. From shelves to kitchen islands, breakfast bars, and dining room tables, incorporating walnut countertops throughout your kitchen can elevate the overall aesthetic and create a harmonious space.

One way to enhance the beauty of full stave walnut worktops is by installing matching live edge walnut shelves. These shelves can be mounted on the walls, providing both functionality and a seamless flow of design. The rich, warm tones of walnut will beautifully complement the kitchen worktops, creating a cohesive and inviting atmosphere.

A walnut kitchen island can serve as a focal point in the kitchen while also providing additional workspace and storage. The natural elegance of walnut adds a touch of sophistication to the island, making it a standout feature. Whether it’s a standalone island or an extension of the kitchen worktop, the combination of full stave walnut worktops and a walnut kitchen island creates a visually striking and cohesive look.

For those who enjoy casual dining or quick meals, a live edge walnut breakfast bar can be a perfect addition. The smooth and luxurious surface of walnut adds a touch of elegance to the space, while also providing a practical and inviting area for enjoying meals. The kitchen breakfast bar can be designed to seamlessly blend with the full stave walnut worktops, creating a unified and stylish kitchen environment.

To complete the overall design, a walnut resin dining room table can be an excellent choice. The natural beauty and durability of walnut make it an ideal material for a dining table. Whether it’s a large, statement-making table or a smaller, intimate setting, a walnut kitchen table will complement the full stave walnut worktops and create a cohesive flow between the kitchen and dining area.

4 reviews for Walnut Worktops – Full Stave Wood Countertops

  1. Yvette

    Thank you so much for the quick turn around on Earthy walnut kitchen island worktop ref Tunbridge Wells. It looks fantastic!!! The customer is very happy!!!!
    Yvette, Burnhill Kitchens

  2. Caroline J

    Earthy Timber created a walnut worktop for our kitchen units length 2 metres, width 60cm and 2.5 metres width 75cm We asked for a square edge at the back and a natural edge at the front. The solid wood worktops and shelves are beautiful, thank you

  3. Joseph

    We ordered walnut worktops made of full stave walnut planks, and they look fantastic. They give our kitchen a sophisticated feel with the natural variation of dark chocolaty and gold hues. The countertop stretches from kitchen island to floating breakfast bar/ table area and is very detailed, with a wonderful balance of rusticness and modern form, thanks to resin details in fissures and open knots. The resin infill also makes the walnut worktop very hygienic to use. I was a little bit nervous about ordering a rather expensive kitchen worktop online, but when it arrived perfect size to fit our kitchen island, the end result exceeded our expectations. Thank you Earthy Timber!

  4. Grace Lyndhurst

    Having thoroughly researched several companies, we ultimately decided to choose Earthy Timber. What set them apart was not only their ability to provide the exact sizes we were seeking, but also their exceptional, personal and very responsive customer service. Anna, in particular, promptly addressed all of our inquiries. Upon placing our order, we were conveniently given the option to schedule the delivery date to coincide with the kitchen installation. The entire process went incredibly smoothly, and the walnut worktops with resin infusions now look absolutely fantastic. In fact, the kitchen designers were so impressed with Earthy Timber that they requested their contact details to pass along to their own clients. 18 months have passed since then, and I am still incredibly satisfied with the outcome. I am more than happy to highly recommend Earthy Timber – they truly deserve a 5 out of 5 star rating in my book!

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Solid Wood Top Edge

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Wood edges corresponding to the grain direction  (usually long edges) are eligible for customisation. Choose between any combination of the following: live edge, square edge, part live & part square edge. Vertical to grain direction edges are always square (usually the short edges).

Square edge wood top

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As the name implies, all the top edges are finished with a straight edge to give it a traditional finish.

All our square edges are eased by hand. By taking sharpness off the wood edge (contour, border, outline), we accomplish soft, pleasant to touch edge,  whilst preserving crisp, sharp, contemporary appearance. All wood edges opposite to the grain direction (usually short sides, described as width (depth) of the top are always square. Long edges can be either square, natural (live), or part live part square.

Live edge (waney edge) wood top

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Otherwise called waney edge wood plank, natural edge wood plank, raw edge wood plank, earthy edge wooden plank or wavy edge wood. Live edge follows the natural outer edge of the wood plank with the wood bark removed.

Part live & part square edge wood top

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This is a combination of live and square edge to give the wooden piece a unique finish that works very well with both contemporary and traditional interiors.

 

 

Solid Wood Tops Finishing Service

Raw (Unfinished) solid wooden top– sanded to 120 grit and delivered (or collected) raw, ready for the finishing service, unless our professional finishing service was requested (please note tables are only available finished – fully protected).

Professional Finishing – if  you want to receive your solid wood top  ready to be used immediately, we recommend our in house finishing service. This includes surface fine sanding – preparing the tops for treatment with oil/lacquer to provide a hard-wearing finish. Treatment using Earthy® Timber’s recommended blend of high quality oils/lacquer ideal for surfaces requiring a hard-wearing and water resistant surfaces. The protective layer built with the oil/lacquer is water, heat, alcohol and food acid-resistant. The surface is also  finely sanded between the coats of treatment. Alternatively you may choose to purchase an unfinished solid wood top, which comes with basic sanding  (120 grit) and therefore will require further processing.

Fine sanding + oil

Finishing oil is the most organic method of finishing the wooden tops.  The unique properties of oil enhance the grain over time and amplify the natural tones of wood. The oil penetrates the  deeper layers of solid wood top (worktop) & creates a shield-like effect that prevents damage once the top layer of oil begins to fade. Oil-finished surfaces are easy to repair with another layer of oil, however the downside is that the surface marks quite easily with liquids, therefore it is not a recommended solution for bathrooms or utility rooms.  Your solid wood oak worktop or walnut worktop will require systematic re-oiling in accordance with our maintenance guide so that your solid wood worktop remains nourished and beautiful. The oiled-finish is perfect for those who love the natural qualities of solid wood in their kitchen.

Fine sanding + lacquer 

Lacquer is an ideal solution for durable, protective, low maintenance solid wooden top finish. It is the most cost effective, water resistant solution, ideal  for wooden worktops frequently exposed to moisture such as bathrooms or utility rooms but also solid wood tables and breakfast bars.  Unlike oil, which intensifies the depth of the colour palette, lacquer maintains the natural colour of wood with a transparent, preservative layer. Solid wooden tops finished with lacquer will last years without reapplication unless heavily used.

We utilise a water-based, low VOC solution that offers high resistance to scratches and stains whilst maintaining the natural beauty and feel of the solid wood top. It is ideal for use on hardwood worktops. The mixture also features a non-yellowing, UV protected formula. The protective layer built by the lacquer  is water, heat, alcohol, and food acid resistant.

Delivery Timescale

Due to the artisanal nature of crafting your wooden table, desktop, table top or wooden worktop to order, please allow approximately 8-10 weeks for completion. The timeline may vary based on the intricacy of your project and our workshop schedule.

Prior to scheduled delivery we will contact you to coordinate mutually convenient date and time.

Ensuring Smooth Delivery of  Your Bespoke Furniture 

To ensure a seamless delivery experience please ensure at the time of placing your order that there is space for the bespoke furniture / wooden top to pass through all entryways effortlessly. If space constraints pose a challenge, we can explore alternative solutions for you (additional costs may apply).

Additionally, please note that the wooden table top and legs can be assembled on-site, and in some cases, the wooden countertop can be delivered in parts and assembled at your location. Please inform us at the time of placing your order if specific assembly arrangements are required.

Manual Assistance Guidance

For a smooth delivery experience, please be aware that manual assistance will be necessary to unload your items upon arrival. Please ensure you have a sufficient number of capable individuals available to assist with carrying your furniture from delivery vehicle to your home.

If you prefer a premium delivery service, which includes our staff safely transporting your wooden furniture to designated room and full assembly, please contact us to inquire about this option. Additional charges apply for the premium delivery service.

What is slab of wood?

Slab is a single plank of wood, without any joints on the length or the width. They are more expensive than planked tops because they are rarer to source and more expensive to process due to the lengthy and expert kiln drying procedure.

What is a planked wood top?

A planked wooden top is constructed from multiple staves (planks) jointed only on the width, never on the length, of the top, each stave  forming one continuous strip for the entire length of the worksurface. Planked tops are less expensive than a single large plank of wood (slab), but there is no compromise on the excellent quality of the natural wood top.

What ‘full stave’ top means?

Full stave means the wood plank is running along the whole length of the top, without any joints (as opposed to the surface being made up of little blocks, also known as block-style).

What ‘stave width’ means?

Stave width refers to the width of each of the wood planks. Stave width otherwise means ‘plank width’.

What is live edge?

Otherwise called waney edge, natural edge, raw edge or earthy edge. Live edge follows the natural outer edge of the wood plank with the bark removed

What is square edge?

As the name implies, all the edges are finished with a straight edge to give it a traditional finish. Our square edges are eased by hand. By taking sharpness off the edge, we accomplish soft, pleasant to touch contour,  whilst preserving crisp appearance. All edges opposite to the grain direction (usually short sides, being the depth of the top) are always square. Long edges can be either square, natural (live), or part live part squared contoured.

What is part live and part square edge?

This is a combination of live and square edge to give the wooden piece a unique finish that works very well with both contemporary and traditional interiors.

Do you work with softwood (such as pine worktops)?

We specialise in English and European hardwoods (deciduous trees with broad flat leaves)  this is because as the name suggests, the wood of hardwood trees is harder, denser, tighter than the wood of other trees and as a result the hardwood tops are very durable. We do not use pine (coniferous species, small needle like leaves) for our projects as softwood is easy to dent and the grain is not as tight as in hard wood and in our experience they are not suitable for wooden worktops or flooring.

It takes more effort and is more costly to process the hardwood than softwood, this is because hard wood is tougher, more condensed, making their wood perfect for our high quality, beautiful wooden table tops and solid wood worktops. Our wild walnut table tops or oak desks are practical pieces of art.

What is the difference between slab top (single plank top),  table top planked and wooden worktops?

Appearance and price. Our full stave worktops are made up of jointed planks with more narrow staves (compared to the planked table tops). This is the less expensive option.

Our planked table tops are made up of jointed planks with wider staves. The planks are book-matched (meaning they originate from the same tree). This is the more expensive option.

You may also opt for a slab. Slabs are single, very wide planks. Slabs are priced significantly higher than the table tops. It is also possible to buy DIY slabs – professionally vacuum kiln dried, levelled and planed material (with no further treatment).

Why your table legs are more expensive?

Our high quality, handcrafted to order in our workshop, removable table legs and matching plates are calibrated individually to each wooden surface (important factors to consider are weight, width, length, thickness, construction of the table top). The supporting plates are embedded in timber so that your table will never ‘wobble’. It is a truly bespoke service that is tailored to the size & weight of your surface but also and equally importantly, allowing for the natural movement of timber as it expands and contracts as the temperature and/or humidity of the room changes.

This prevents cracks and splits in the wood. Paired with our precise vacuum kiln-drying method, this provides you with the furniture to last for generations.

Please note that, for obvious reasons, we cannot advise on legs and support from other sources.Using the legs not supplied by us invalidates warranty on the surface.

Why vacuum kiln drying of wood is important?

All our timber is vacuum kiln dried below 10% moisture content at the very core of the wood plank, as this is an essential process  to ensure the wood is stable and suitable for internal use. Regrettably a large proportion of timber on the market is not processed in this way and clients are unaware of the potential dangers of purchasing incorrectly dried timber including warping, twisting, swelling, encouraging the infestation of woodworm. Also neighbouring surfaces  regardless of composition (mdf, timber plywood etc.) could potentially be affected and damaged. Unfortunately these problems can take months to manifest themselves by which time it is too late.

Timber is a natural product 

We personally hand-pick the quality, character logs for all our projects. As timber grading specialists we identify the trees with unique features and natural, earthy characteristics such as beautiful grain, knots, voids, pippy scatterings and splits that are compatible with our love for rustic-modern perfection. We invite nature to your home and our surfaces will reflect that rustic excellence subtly enhanced with clear epoxy resin, so you can see them and enjoy them yet the surface is hygienic to use.

If you prefer very uniform appearance, without character our product is not a natural choice for you.

Can I select wood planks /wood slabs for my project?

For 99% of our commissions the planks are selected by our experts on the customer’s behalf. Our instagram accounts will give you an insight into our past projects if you want to see examples and diversity of colour, grain detail and rustic features.

Our skilled carpenters will select the boards that are colour, grain & feature compatible. We instinctively know, which wood boards are going to work in harmony ensuring the best aspects of the wood are displayed.   We then enhance the rustic knots and voids  with our signature resin infill technique, so that no two surfaces will ever look the same.  If you wanted to personally select the wood planks for your project, this service is available for single items over £5000. Items below this value will entail an extra charge of £360+vat paid up front. The selection process can take place either in our workshop or via mobile devices by prearranged appointment.

What is unfinished wood top / raw wood top?

sanded to 120 grit and delivered (or collected) raw, ready for the finishing service, unless our professional finishing service was requested.

What is included in Professional Finishing?

If  you want to receive your surface ready to be used immediately, we recommend our in house finishing service. This includes surface fine sanding – preparing the tops for treatment with oil/lacquer to provide a hard-wearing finish. Treatment using Earthy® Timber’s recommended blend of high quality oils/lacquer ideal for surfaces requiring a hard-wearing and water resistant surfaces. The protective layer built with the oil/lacquer is water-, heat-, alcohol- and food acid-resistant. The surface is also  finely sanded between the coats of treatment.

Alternatively you may choose to purchase an unfinished surface, which comes with basic sanding  (120 grit) and therefore will require further processing.

What is your lead time?

Because your goods are crafted to order, it takes approximately 5 – 8 weeks depending on the complexity of your project and our workshop schedule.

Is the wood for my project responsibly sourced?

The trees that we choose to work with are sustainably sourced and replenished with newly planted saplings.

Please note tolerance for square edges

+/- 2mm

Please note tolerance for waney edges or part live part square edges.

Up to 100mm for standard projects, usually less than that.

I have bespoke shape and/or  cut outs requirements , can you help?

To quote for bespoke shapes and requirements not included in our online shop please contact us via contact form to receive a bespoke quotation.

Do you offer Support & Fitting Advice?

You can find general information about fitting on our website. We therefore recommend you to use a professional carpenter to survey, fit and provide adequate support to overhangs for your surfaces. Please note incorrect fitting invalidates warranty on our surfaces.

Do you offer Fitting Service and what is an approximate cost?

Yes we do. Please note the price of this service is calculated at least at a cost of product + cost of travel from our wood yard & workshop, located  in Plumpton Green, Sussex)

  1. Survey – our experienced craftsman will visit your property to take the measurements, discuss your requirements, all the details and options that will work with the layout of the furniture, fixtures in the room as well as support available at the time we survey your property. This will allow us to tailor the product and concealed supports to your needs. The cost of the survey is minimum £180+vat depending on the complexity of the project plus cost of travel. Please note we are unable to provide the fitting service without surveying your project first.
  2. Quotation – after the visit we will prepare a detailed, no-obligation quotation that includes delivery and installation.
  3. Payment – Once you accept the quote, we’ll require 50% deposit from you. Your furniture is crafted to order and this will take around 8-10 weeks depending on the complexity of the project and our schedule. The balance for your order will be due 5 weeks before scheduled installation.
  4. When your furniture is ready, our craftsmen will deliver and install it for you at a mutually convenient date and time. Installation typically takes 1 – 2 days. We will remove all installation waste and leave the room clean and tidy for you to enjoy.