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Solid Wood, Granite & Corian Worktops- Woodale Designs.

Worktops have become a very important and functional part of the Kitchen. When it comes to painted kitchens Wood worktops are a very popular choice. Both Walnut and solid oak complement a painted kitchen very well, whereas granite, constituted stone and Corian work well with Oak kitchens and solid wood kitchens in general. Formica Worktops are a more affordable alternative with up to 300 colours to choose from.

Solid wood worktops can be either oiled of laquer finished (varnished). With an oil finish you get the natural beauty of the wood. Your worktops will need to be oiled up to twice a year in order to protect the wood from moister and wear. Laquer finish is permanent and seals the worktop from moister  and provides good protection around the Kitchen sink area.

Granite wortop & constituted stone Worktops come in a variety of different colours and are very durable, they are both heat resistent and scratch resistent to a point. There are a wide range of front profiles to choose from, which means that the front edge of your worktop can have different chamfers and moulds.

Corian Worktop is a fabricated worktop and is seemless when installed on your kitchen. It also comes in many different colours. Corian also gives you the option to have the kitchen sink fabricated as Corian. The possibilities with this woktop are endless with shapes and curves being easy to create. When finish it gives the appearance of being one whole piece of worktop.

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November 22, 2008 - Posted by | 1, Kitchen design

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