A grass rather than a timber, but a very hard one.
Very eco-friendly and totally renewable.
Has many applications within furniture manufacturing together with flooring applications
A solid timber which changes colour dramatically while young.
Newly machined wood is a very light yellow, but changes to a chestnut brown on contact with
UV light and oiling.
Used for garden furniture, boat building, exterior woodwork and other products.
Our Maple worktops are delivered with a bespoke finish and are of Grade A standard. Our worktops are supplied in 150 grit, sanded and un-oiled meaning they are ready for matching and finishing once they are delivered to your home before installation.
Maple has a fine, uniform texture. It is heavy, strong, stiff, hard, and resistant to shock.
A large proportion is manufactured into flooring, furniture, cabinets, cutting boards and blocks.
Oak is extremely strong and durable and has been used for centuries for making everything from furniture to boats and houses.
It has some grain variation and is a mid-brown with some small flecks of red and white.
There is tremendous versatility in a timber worktop because they are very much at home in a traditional or contemporary setting.
European Beech with a light pink colour.
It is very popular and used in a variety of furniture components.
Rubberwood is one of the more durable lumbers used in the manufacturing of today's home furnishings.
It has very little shrinkage making it one of the more stable construction materials availabe for furniture manufacturing.
Rubberwood is the most ecologically friendly lumber used in today's furniture industry.
Also a European Beech, this timber grows with a natural variation in grain and texture.
Hand-selected to offer a wide range of colours and patterns for use in worksurfaces.
This tremendous timber has a predominantly straight grain with the added interest of a waviness that enhances its appeal. The colour variation in Walnut worktops only adds to the attraction. A Walnut work surface will give warmth to any kitchen colour-scheme.
The lovely deep rich tone of Black American walnut combines wonderfully with its superb grain structure. Naturally dark, Black American walnut will, with time, mature to a sophisticated almost black hue.
This luxurious African timber offers beauty to any application.
It does darken with UV light and has wonderful grain distinction.
Often used for flooring, furniture components, veneer, interior and exterior joinery, panelling, sculpture and turned goods.
Zebrano Worktops make a fantastic statement in any kitchen. It is so attractive because it has interesting dark brown grains running throughout and enhancing the beautiful golden timber.