- Decorative face to front and back of the worktop
- Decorative edging to all four sides of the worktop (square edge option)
- Realistic stone effect laminate finish
- Furniture grade chipboard core
- Lifetime warranty
- Drip resistant seal
With its beige undertones, our Sahara Sand décor brings a sense of warmth into the kitchen and is the perfect alternative for those looking to step away from traditional worktop styles.
With a smooth matte finish, this laminate allows you to take on the look of a solid surface but at a fraction of the price.
Possessing both style and functionality, not only will your worktop impress for its look and feel but will also withstand the rigors of modern living.
Available in either a square edge or post-formed edge, our Sahara Sand worktop is available in thicknesses of either 25mm or 40mm.
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Should I choose a square edge or post-formed worktop?
The benefit of our Heritage worktop range is that it offers a wide range of colours and textures, all of which are available as either square edge or post-formed - meaning you're not limited by your décor choice.
Square edge laminate kitchen worktops are great for homeowners looking to obtain a contemporary kitchen look. Clean cut and crisp, this finish is a real stand-out.
Our post-formed worktop options are equally as attractive however and have been seen as the traditional or go-to choice for several years.
Really it is a matter of preference, but rest assured, whichever style you choose; you are guaranteed the same level of quality.
Is laminate good quality?
All Heritage laminate kitchen products are covered with a lifetime warranty, however, care must be given to heat and chemical exposure.
Unique to this range, however, is that Heritage worktops are supplied as standard with decorative laminate to the front and back of the panel.
Not only does this minimise the impact of any damages, allowing you to 'flip' the product, but also allows for multiple applications of your worktop - including a free-standing design.
What is the difference between laminate and solid surface worktops?
Most kitchen worktops are manufactured from HPL (high-pressure laminate) which involves bonding decorative sheets to a chipboard core.
Solid surface, by comparison, is made from natural material and blended with polymer resins to increase strength.
Accessories required to install laminate 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.