The worktop is a dominating and defining element for the style and functionality of your kitchen and bathroom. When selecting your worktop material, consider not only the look but also the purpose; are you going to place hot dishes straight from the oven on the worktop, are you planning to use it as a baking worktop or will it be exposed to moisture from vegetables and dishes?
Affordable, easy to maintain and aesthetic. Available with flanged rim or with an ABS edge strip (worktop colour, highlighter or aluminium effect). Thickness 29 or 39 millimetres, depending on colour.
Beautiful, warm and vivid. Wooden worktops require some upkeep, but they can be made as good as new by sanding. Available pretreated with oil wax or untreated, thickness
Imposing and easy to maintain: a stone surface withstands hot dishes, does not mind water or knives and can be used as a baking worktop. A stone worktop is also easy to keep clean. Thickness 30 or 40 millimetres, available with various edge profiles.
Similar to a stone worktop: the surface is nonabsorbent and antibacterial. Even a large quartz surface can be delivered as a whole, seamless worktop, and our options include an integrated sink from the same material. Thickness 20 or 30 millimetres, depending on colour.
Dekton is made of glass, porcelain and quartz. The material has been compacted with the pressure of 25 million kilogrammes and heated to 1,200 degrees centigrade to withstand everyday wear and tear. Dekton is suited for building facades, floors, inner walls, fireplace walls, institutional kitchens, etc. Thickness 12 or 20 mm.