Iroko Worktop Style
We produce our iroko worktops in four different styles:
1. Wide Block Iroko Worktops
Our classic wide block are a bit more special than the average, with random width, wide jointed staves showing off much more of the iroko grain pattern, they are very much the premium of iroko block worktops. Our iroko wide block worktops are our most cost effective option, representing considerable value for money in terms of quality and appearance when compared to mass produced narrow block worktops.
2. Traditional Plank Iroko Worktops
Wide, planked oak worktops, a style pioneered by Norfolk Oak. Long, wide planks of iroko. This style of traditional plank was inspired by a stately home visit, where we discovered a similar technique had been used in four hundred year old wooden worktops.
3. Super Stave Iroko Worktops
Full, single stave iroko worktops with wide, long planks. Very much the Rolls-Royce of iroko worktops! Super stave worktops have become something of a Norfolk Oak signature. Continuous, wide planks of timber running the whole length of your wooden worktop, really showing off the beautiful grain patterns of our furniture grade American White Oak.
Whether your requirements are based on aesthetics, budget or a combination of both, we have an oak worktop style to suit. We construct every worktop ourselves, made to order, to your exact sizes. We now offer our iroko super stave in thicknesses of 45mm, 60mm & 70mm. Please feel free to use our price calculator for pricing on almost any sized iroko worktop.
4. End grain iroko Worktops
Any good butcher will tell you the only real surface for chopping meat is an old-fashioned end grain butchers' block. We've simply refined those hugely practical attributes into some of the most fabulous defining details for a truly fabulous finish for a great kitchen. They make a great moveable chopping block or fixed worksurface.