What sizes do kitchen worktops come in?

What sizes do kitchen worktops come in?

What are the Standard Dimensions for a Kitchen Worktop?

Minimum Standard
Depth 400mm 600mm
Length 1.5m 3m
Thickness 26mm 40mm

How wide can you get kitchen worktops?

High Pressure Laminate Worktops 23mm & 40mm thick available 1200mm wide and up to 4100mm long. Laminate Worktops Cut to Size | 1200mm extra wide worktops are available in one piece without a join.

What sizes do laminate worktops come in?

Laminate worktops are also available in a variety of different thicknesses to suit every home and kitchen, including industry standard 38mm/40mm as well as 28mm, 30mm and 50mm. If you’re looking for a slimline or compact laminate worktop for modern kitchens, 12mm thick laminate worktops are available.

Can you get 4 Metre worktops?

We have a selection of 4m worktops in both solid wood or laminate, providing a longer length for those with larger kitchens. Our black worktop collection includes a wide range of different decors – ranging from realistic granite effect surfaces to glamorous, high-gloss sparkle options.

Does IKEA cut countertops to size?

Did you know: All countertops at IKEA are ready to be picked up at any time in the store. Plus, they can be cut to the length you want and you’ll get 2 edging strips with each slab to cover-up any necessary seams.

How wide are IKEA worktops?

Ikea worktops are advertised as being 635mm deep. If you don’t want to buy from the Ikea range, to achieve the correct overhang you would need to buy a 665mm or 670mm deep breakfast bar then cut it down on site to the required 635mm.

What widths do granite worktops come in?

Granite worktops mainly come in two thicknesses 20mm or 30mm, however they are also available in 40mm thickness. But 40mm thick granite worktops are rare and normally cost twice the price of 30mm granite worktops and are not available in all colours.

Are 22mm laminate worktops any good?

The thin profile of a 22mm worktop works best in a contemporary design where geometric influences are a key feature. This thin edge is often used to create leading lines in a home, drawing the eye through a room and giving the illusion of space in compact rooms.

How wide are Ikea worktops?

What is a composite worktop?

A worktop made of more than one material is often referred to as a composite. There are two types – engineered stone (quartz) and solid surface – and each has distinct advantages and disadvantages. They’re both very hardwearing and may be a less expensive option than natural stone such as granite or marble.

What is solid laminate worktop?

These worktops are created by bonding several layers of kraft paper together with a decorative sheet on both the top and bottom and are sealed with a high-resistant overlay to ensure they are robust enough to withstand life in even the busiest of kitchens.

Are Ikea countertops worth it?

IKEA quartz countertops review I am very happy with my quartz countertops from IKEA. I love that they are strong and easy to care for. The white color adds so much brightness to my kitchen. I would highly recommend them, especially if you can snag them during one of their kitchen sales, like I did.

Can you cut IKEA worktops?

Ikea offers ready-made laminate and wood countertops in standard sizes that can be cut to any length. Additionally, Ikea sells custom quartz countertops that can be made in any measurement.

Which is better 2cm or 3cm granite?

Both 2cm and 3cm have these characteristics. The material itself: granite, marble, or other stone – is inheritably stronger when thicker. So yes, a 3cm slab of granite is stronger than a 2cm slab.

Are 22mm worktops any good?

What thickness of worktop is best?

Generally, 3cm thickness is all the rage in 2019 and considered to be the ideal choice. It gives flexibility to a worktop design and also available in a wide range of designs and colours. You also don’t have to make an extra laminated edge with 3cm thick slab for hiding plywood underlayment.

What is the hardest wearing kitchen worktop?

Granite is a natural, tough and hardwearing stone. Its own unique patterns are what makes each worktop different. No two pieces are ever the same, says Kam. Granite worktops usually come sealed when installed.

Are resin worktops cheaper than quartz?

Composite worktops are often a cheaper option than opting for a natural material such as quartz or marble.

What is the best thickness for kitchen worktop?

Are 650mm worktops good for kitchens?

650mm worktops are fantastic for kitchen designs that have deeper cabinets, appliances or if there is pipework to run behind the kitchen units. We stock 650mm worktops from a stunning array of kitchen worktop brands including Corian kitchen worktops, M-Stone worktops, Apollo Quartz worktops, Prima worktops and so much more.

What is a kitchen worktop made of?

The high quality solid wood which is the base for the worktop (also known as ‘Counter Top’) is made from staves of wood which are then cut, selected, graded and kiln dried to ensure a moisture level suitable for domestic interior use such as a kitchen. These materials are then glued together to form one homogeneous panel.

What is the best wood for kitchen worktops?

Solid wood worktops are durable, classic in their look and will instantly become the focal point in any kitchen. Each wood species has a slightly different shade and markings, such as brown with uniformed fine markings for worktops made from Oak or dark chocolate brown colour with natural colouring for worktops made from Black Walnut.

Why choose a Corian 650mm worktop?

Available in a large range of stunning colours and finishes, the corian 650mm worktop range is a real gem. Corian is ideal for any range of kitchen design, whether it’s traditional or contemporary. A Corian worktop offers extraordinary quality and here at HC supplies, the range is available at fantastic prices.