Our stylish, designed and built, tailored kitchen islands complement both traditional and contemporary interiors and are available in any of our satin paint finishes
Kitchen islands are an ideal way of creating more kitchen worktop space, increasing storage and adding extra seating. They are also perfect for adding a splash of colour if you have neutral cabinetry.
Our worktables are wonderful to look at and great to use! We make them in three sizes; one, two and three drawer, theses are a great choice if you are looking for more storage but only have a small space to work with. In addition to the oiled Maple, Oak and Walnut tops, the single and double drawer models are available with antiqued Marble worktops. They can be integrated into islands, set into long runs or simply placed as stand-alone pieces.
(Image below left) This double drawer worktable finished in Marina Blue has been built into the main central island. The three legged stool is finished in the distressed, New England Slate Blue, an ideal finish for chairs and stools that will be naturally rubbed with use. (Image below right) Incorporating a Single drawer worktable into a slim island. Here the finish is Blossom on the workwork and In-frame Artisan doors; the island worktop of Fusion edged with oak, flows over the complete piece.
(Image below left) A multi-drawer worktable, worktop material marble, plain Shaker-style drawers. (Image below right) This Single drawer worktable in Verde Antico colour is topped with an end grain Beech butchers block.
(Image left) An Antique Marble surface on a worktable is a perfect kitchen addition for the keen pastry chef!
(Image right) This Single drawer worktable in Parma Violet is topped with an end grain Beech butchers block. This durable and utterly resilient working surface is made from British wood and is suitable for bread cutting, cleaving and all food preparation. These tops do improve with age and when the surface becomes worn and distressed with use, simple sanding and re oiling will restore the beauty and resilience.