Kitchen worktops are an important and practical decision for any kitchen. Not only do these need to be durable, resistant and otherwise practical, but they also make up a visual and important part of your overall kitchen design. And with several different styles and materials available for your kitchen worktops, including solid surfaces like Corian, and natural materials like timber and stoner, this decision can be more difficult than you might first imagine. One of the most popular choices is hard wood or solid timber. This can be a stunning choice for both contemporary and traditional properties. So would a hardwood worktop suit your kitchen? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about hardwood kitchen worktops.
How could a hardwood worktop transform your kitchen?
Choosing a hardwood kitchen worktop could transform your kitchen in a number of ways, including:
- Adding warmth to a kitchen- for contemporary kitchens, with sleek, glossy surfaces and no mess or clutter, it can be difficult to add warmth and character to the space. But a hardwood worktop can do just this, while also complimenting your kitchen suite. At the same time, for more traditional kitchens, or even rustic or farmhouse kitchens, the hardwood can add a natural material that will really complement the overall design style of the space.
- Durability and strength and strong- kitchen worktops need to be fairly robust, and able to deal with heavy chopping, food preparation and hot pots and pans. Hardwood is a durable and strong option that can make all the difference to your kitchen. However, hardwood worktops will need regular dealing and maintenance to stay protected, especially from water damage.
Would a hardwood worktop suit your kitchen?
A hardwood kitchen worktop is a good choice for all styles of kitchen, contemporary or traditional, and it can be perfect to bring natural materials into your kitchen space, adding personality and character.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Homematas.