Heritage White Baltic Oak Laminate Kitchen Worktop

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£103.14 - £212.01
SKU:
SKU-780
Availability:
Delivery within 2-10 Days
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
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DOCUMENTS:
The Heritage Brochure, Fitting instruction and Maintenance Guides are all available in one PDF for you to view or download. Click on the 'DOCUMENTS' link below.
CORE:
Chipboard
FINISH:
Textured
Need a bespoke solution?   Customise your own worktop with Heritage

Product Overview

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  • Decorative face to front and back of the worktop
  • Decorative edging to all four sides of the worktop
  • Realistic wood effect laminate finish
  • Contemporary square edge finish
  • Furniture grade chipboard core
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Drip resistant seal
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Fresh and appealing, our Heritage Baltic Oak décor is perfect for a modern or traditional kitchen style.

Not only does it have a quality finish, but its light white tone allows for multiple styling options and gives the impression of space in smaller areas.

Choose from either a square edge or post-formed finish, with prices beginning at just £98.70 exc VAT.

Matching kitchen Splashbacksworktop upstands, and breakfast bar worktops are also available and covered with a lifetime warranty.

How do I style white oak worktops?

As white doesn't appear on the colour wheel, there are multiple options when it comes to styling.

If you would like your kitchen worktops to become the focal point of your kitchen then we would suggest using darker tones such as emerald green or navy blue to let the light oak pop.

Alternatively, if you would rather have a more harmonious look then pastel shades and neutrals are the better option.

Matte trends are typically the more popular choice for units and cabinets at the moment, however, a gloss finish offers a little contrast.

Explore your options and see what style works best for you.

Laminate oak vs solid wood

Like solid wood, laminate is an extremely robust material, however there are some areas in which it does supercede.

For one, laminate has built-in antibacterial properties, known to prevent the growth of viruses such as e-coli.

Secondly, it is minimal maintenance, with no upkeep requirements. Laminate can simply be wiped down with a cloth and mild detergent to remove any dirt or grease.

And thirdly, laminate is much for cost-effective in comparison to solid oak, but it still offers the same beautiful textured finish.

Accessories required for kitchen worktops

For a professional result, we recommend the use of our bespoke match ColorFill sealant and spatula when joining two mitred worktops together.

Alternatively, for a quick fix, we also stock a range of worktop trims with our kitchen accessories section.

One-metre edging strips are also available to buy to cover any exposed edges should you need to cut the length of your selected worktop.

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