Choosing your worktop is an important decision.  To ensure your choice complements your new kitchen doors and appliances, you will want to think about the best colour, finish, style and feel.  In addition, it is essential to consider durability, stain resistance, ease of maintenance and available budget.

We will talk you through the wide range of options for your design, summarised below, so that you are well informed before you decide.

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Silestone and Caesarstone are man made compounds comprising natural materials, which makes the surface extraordinarily hard and resilient.

These quartz worktops come in a variety of colours, with a more uniform finish than granite.


This man-made worktop is stylish and impressive.  Made from materials including quartz composite, it is resistant to impact, heat damage and staining.  Dekton is available in a range of colours and finishes.


Solid Surface

Beautifully practical and incredibly tough, this hard, non-porous material gives you a lovely hygienic and easy to clean surface.

This unique surface can be joined seamlessly and lightly sanded to remove any fine scratches.


Granite is a natural product that provides a hardwearing, long lasting surface.

Available in a huge range of colours, granite worktops add a real touch of class to your kitchen.

Solid Wood

Wooden worktops bring warmth and charm to a Traditional kitchen and look stunning in a Modern kitchen too.

Fine quality hardwoods such as oak, teak, beech, maple and walnut ensure durability as well as a stylish finish.



This is the least expensive option for your kitchen, and yet choosing laminate offers the widest choice of finish. Laminate worktops come in a vast selection of colours and designs, including wood grain and granite effects.