Pine Wood

  • 40 mm thick with 2 x 20mm planks one on top of the other around the edge. The inside of the top (where you cannot see it) is 20mm thick.
  • Soft wood.
  • Scratches and dents and warps easily but not always.
  • If it is well sealed and you are lucky to get a good batch it can last a life time.
  • Porous if not sealed.
  • Not expensive  - can look ‘cheap’ and have blue veins.
  • Note that we try to get good quality pine and if we do, a layman would find it difficult to tell the difference between the two, especially if it is stained.
  • Some clients choose the Pine for their tops with the thought that they can change their tops at a later stage when their budget allows them to. Tops can be replaced with Ash or a different type of top altogether.

Available in the following stains:

  • Raw
  • Blonde
  • Light
  • Medium
  • Dark

Ash Wood

  • 40mm thick made with 40mm planks laminated together.
  • Hard wood.
  • Very resistant to dents and scratches.
  • Will last a life time.
  • Not porous
  • Expensive - looks beautiful and classy.

Available in the following stains:

  • Raw
  • Blonde
  • Light
  • Medium
  • Dark

Other Options

We do not make these tops in our factory but we can source them and put them on for you. Most of our clients source their own Stone Tops (Granite, Caesar Stone or Quarts) or use their own builder to make concrete ones because these tops are very heavy and brittle which make them difficult to move. We usually organise the Stainless Steel tops because they need to be fitted around a wooden support which we make out of Pine. We can also customise stainless steel tops with moulded sinks to fit your particular unit’s dimensions.  
  • Stainless Steel
  • Stone Tops: Granite/Caesar Stone or Quartz
  • Bamboo
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