What widths do worktops come in?

All wood worktops are available in a vast variety of sizes, starting from 2000 x 620mm with a 27mm thickness and ranging to as large as 4000 x 720mm with a 40mm thickness. The lengths of our laminate worktops are available between 3000mm and 4100mm, with a width of 600mm and a thickness of 38mm.

600mm

Subsequently, question is, what should the overhang be on a kitchen worktop? 20-30mm

Also asked, how wide are breakfast bar worktops?

Breakfast Bars These worktops start at a width of 900mm up to a width of 1240mm – and larger sizes are available via our made to measure worktop service.

What is the best thickness for kitchen worktop?

As with many other suppliers of worktop surfaces, having an average thickness between 22mm and 3cm creates a fair balance between price and durability. Those who have opted for a superior surface, such as granite or quartz worktops, will still want to save on spending costs where they can.

What depth are IKEA worktops?

Different kitchen manufacturers have different base unit dimensions and different “standard” worktop depths. Ikea worktops are advertised as being 635mm deep.

What is the standard depth of a kitchen worktop?

The standard or average worktop depth we aim for is 650mm, this is made up of a 30mm overhang at the front, 600mm over the cupboards themselves and a 20mm void behind to take pipes, wires etc. The worktops are supplied 670mm deep giving you 20mm extra at the back to scribe to uneven walls.

What Colour worktops go with cream units?

Cream shaker kitchens are the epitome of traditional design, particularly when topped with wooden worktops. Match it with a sage green accent colour for depth, or balance with a gloss finish for a more modern look. Cream kitchens can look fabulous with a wood statement area, such as the kitchen island.

What is the best work surface for a kitchen?

Let’s have a look at the different types of worktops that you can choose from. Granite. Granite is a highly popular stone choice for worktops. Quartz. Quartz, although a man-made stone, has the durability of natural stone. Ceramic. Glass. Corian. Wood. Laminate. Stainless Steel.

Do B&Q cut kitchen worktops?

Worktops. Add the finishing touch to your kitchen with beautifully crafted worktops from B&Q. We have something to suit all lifestyles and budgets, including ready cut surfaces that work hard for you in range of styles, from solid wood to earthstone. Shop the range at B&Q and personalise your kitchen surfaces today.

How do you measure worktops?

So, here’s a brief guide to measuring up your kitchen. 1 Measure the length of the worktops along the wall. 2 Measure the depth (front to back) of the worktops and the width of peninsulas and islands. 3 Measuring for upstands/splashbacks. 4 Measuring for windowsill/bespoke upstand. 5 Other information we need to know.

How wide are Ikea kitchen worktops?

Hi the reason for the ikea 635mm worktop is that the base unit is 600mm wide where Howdens,b and q and wickes are 575mm with 600mm and 616mm worktops.

How thick is a quartz worktop?

30mm

What width is a breakfast bar?

Choosing the right breakfast bar Our breakfast bars come in widths of 665mm or 900mm.

How deep are IKEA worktops?

Custom worktops I only have experience of fitting Ikea kitchens, but apparently they are a slightly different depth to most kitchen cabinets, and don’t have a service gap at the back. Our units are 61.3cm deep from the back to the drawer fronts.

What is the standard size of a breakfast bar?

A kitchen eating bar is at the standard bar height of 42 inches (107cm). The standards say each person needs 24 inches (61cm) width and 12 inches (30cm) depth to eat comfortably. Personally I think 12 inches is a little thin. I’d still go for 15 inches (38cm) minimum.

How much overhang do you need for a breakfast bar?

If you’re doing a breakfast bar on the outside rather than storage, they are only one set of cabinets deep, but the bar will have 12-18 inches of overhang.

How wide is laminate countertop?

A linear foot is 12 inches wide and 25 inches deep because the standard depth of kitchen countertops is 25 inches. Finally, if your heart is set on granite but your wallet is stuck on laminate, you’re in luck. The hottest new laminates are made to look like the much more expensive granite.