One of the advantages of being an independent bespoke furniture business is that we are not tied to any specific worksurface partners, so we can choose the right worktop to suit your needs and requirements, dependent on your kitchen design. This can be granite, quartz, marble, Corian, natural wood, or different stone finishes. Here are some of the worksurfaces and colours that are trending now that we have used in our recent kitchen projects:
Perfectly partnering with a contemporary Scandi-style grey gloss glass kitchen, this quartz worksurface by Quartzform in ‘Twinkle’ presents a cool ice white finish. The addition of the ice trough to accommodate wine and Champagne was specified in the design prior to fabrication.
FLECKS OF COLOUR
Granite is a perennial favourite in the kitchen and this Andromeda White granite is quarried in Sri Lanka. It has a beautiful natural hues and it can be flecked with spots of colour. It works very well when matched with hand-painted kitchens all other surfaces feature a single flat colour.
To accompany a stylish contemporary stainless steel kitchen, the worksurface needed to be in a calm and neutral tone, yet have an industrial style finish. 30mm Topus Concrete by Caesarstone with double pencil edge was specified to provide an up to the minute look.
A beautiful hand-painted Shaker kitchen looks stunning with a natural wood work surface. This project features an oak worksurface, which has a oiled finish to pick up the different natural colours and hues featured throughout the timber.
DARK AND SENSUAL
This beautiful veined Nero Marquina marble was specified for both the worksurfaces and splashbacks to provide a truly dramatic textured look to a compact kitchen in Mayfair. It was featured as an end panel too, to provide a natural flow to the space.