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Timber worktops

Available in Oak or Walnut, the solid timber worktops come in depths of either 40mm or 60mm and are a durable choice for a worktop to suit any lifestyle. The timber worktop can look traditional and friendly or contemporary and eye catching, depending on which of our Infinity or Infinity Plus units it is paired with.

  • Two options available
  • Solid Oak or Walnut
  • Two depths - 40 or 60mm

Discuss worktops and design ideas with an expert.

Discuss worktops and design ideas with an expert.

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2 depths available
3 colours


Key benefits of Timber worktops

  • Style

    Style

    Each piece is unique due to different patterns in the grain, giving your kitchens its own unique charm.

  • Affordable

    Affordable

    Timber is a very high-quality worktop material, but is a cheaper alternative to granite.

  • Repairable

    Repairable

    If Timber is scratched, it can be sanded down with a wire brush to make the surface smooth again, however due to the pattern, small scratches can add to the charisma and make it look better with age.

  • Hygienic

    Hygienic

    With its own anti-bacterial properties, it becomes an ideal area for food preparation.

  • Maintenance

    Maintenance

    Although Timber requires a level of care, you should only need to oil it twice a year to reseal it and restore its water resistance, but maintenance will keep it in top condition.

  • Long-lasting

    Long-lasting

    Wood is a very strong and durable material, and If looked after properly, a wooden worktop can last in your kitchen for years.


Timber worktop finishes

  • Oak

    Oak

  • Walnut

    Walnut

  • African Teak

    African Teak

How Wren can support you to make a decision.

Meet with a kitchen design consultant and discuss your wants and needs. We can show you kitchens that suit you and give you a guide price on your kitchen for free.

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