Choose Your Wood

We can build your new kitchen in a wide range of materials. Details are below, but as a quick guide, Pine is the cheapest option, Cherry and Walnut are the most expensive.

In common with just about all top kitchen makers we recommend Tulipwood and MDF for painting. This is because it gives the best combination of a consistent flat paint finish and stability. Alternatives for painting are Pine or Oak.

Pine and Reclaimed Pine kitchens are made with Pine throughout. For most other woods we make in a combination of solid wood and veneered MDF to get the best balance of looks, cost and stability. Pine, Tulipwood and MDF, and Oak are our most common materials and the prices for these can be found here. Prices for the other materials can be given on request.

Because of monitor differences and limitations in the way graphics are reproduced, pictures are supplied as a guide only and should not be taken as an exact representation of the colour of a particular wood. Click here to download individual specifications for our most used materials.

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Alder
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Ash
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Beech
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Cherry
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Maple
 

 

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Oak
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Pine
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Pine (reclaimed)
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Tulipwood (recommended for painting)
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Walnut