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RAF West Raynham

Unlike many businesses, Norfolk oak has the pleasure of moving from one historic place to another. Anmer hall, which is soon to be faced with royalty once more, to historic, rustic RAF West Raynham. The old air force station was built between 1938 and 1939, where the queen’s men prepare for world war two. The site covers roughly 2,770,000 square metres and within it, it contains several landmarks such as:.. Read More

Tremendous bespoke wooden doors

Here at Norfolk Oak we do not limit ourselves, wooden kitchen worktops may be our speciality; but we open ourselves up to other wooden materials such as wooden flooring and importantly wooden doors. Doors are a delicacy of the wooden industry, for they lead you places, keep things inside as well as keeping them out. Norfolk Oak offers three different equally different timbers: Oak, Walnut and Iroko. Oak is our lightest.. Read More

Norfolk Oak: African Timbers

Norfolk Oak has eight different timbers which we can supply, all different from the last. Sapele, Mahogany and Iroko are our African timbers, compared to the lighter timbers these contain a dark juicy colour which help bring a warm satisfying atmosphere. Sapele is the darkest of the African timbers; it grows up to 45 metres high, in some cases and has been known to be 60 metres high. This tree.. Read More

Norfolk Oak: American Ash (Fraxinus Americana)

There are many types of ash; American ash is just one of many. It is commonly known to grow in the eastern parts of the USA. It is also not to be confused with the European Ash. A warm yellow glow makes up the American Ash, leaving a warm satisfying atmosphere. What is meant by this is that when light is placed upon the timber it produces an extraordinary reflection.. Read More

Norfolk Oaks wooden worktop samples

When choosing your wooden kitchen worktop, Norfolk oak fins that seeing is more efficient than dreaming. Therefore ten different worktop samples, in different styles can be produced to help you make the decision between the many timbers provided. Each timber possesses a unique grain to the next, for example: maple – this is the palest, porcelain-like timber with a delicate wavy grain. Then comparing it to Sapele: a rustic dark timber.. Read More

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