*** Our current completion times are 6 - 8 weeks ***
Please note : We will do our best to keep to the proposed completion date. However we have found with the changing Covid regulations, lockdowns and supply chain issues it is not always possible to complete on time.
120cm (l) x 60cm (d) x 92cm (h)
The Reclaimed top is approx 6cm thick and with the nature of it being reclaimed wood it can be up to 7cm thick and may be a different colour than the images on our website with all woods looking slightly different although we use the same finishing wax, which gives real individual character to the finish of the island.
The base of the island is redwood which will be painted in your choice of Farrow & Ball paint , together with a sealant to protect the finish from general wear and tear. The quality of the surface allows you to enjoy the unique reclaimed finish with normal wood polishes.
N.B to choose another Farrow and ball colour that is not shown on the swatch options, please choose the last swatch which is listed as "Any other Farrow and Ball colour" then just add to the notes section during checkout your chosen colour.
Design & Fitting Features
All our island bases come with two dovetail jointed drawers and 2 sturdy slated wood shelves.
For added manoeuvrability, all our Kitchen Islands can be supplied with lockable castors.
We offer a range of handles for the drawers on your Kitchen Island - please choose your preferred variety when adding your island.
Although our standard height is 92cm, we will happily tailor your bespoke butcher's block island to the height of your own work surfaces there is a small charge for this.
Please note there are a number of variations to this island - please see our other products for further inspiration or ideas. Alternatively, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about how we could bring your ideas to life.
We only use materials from well managed forests and/or recycled sources in making your furniture.
We want to bring the Countryside into your home whilst ensuring our forests are alive for generations to come.