See more Worktops

Home

Right chevron

Kitchen

Right chevron

Kitchen Worktops

Right chevron

Worktops

Right chevron

Coffee Brown Stone effect Earthstone Worktop with sink & drainer (L)1800mm

Was £861 £645
£495
Save £366
Loading
Checking availability...
Loading
Checking availability...

Our stores do not stock this product

Product Details

Product Information

Create a functional yet stylish kitchen with this Coffee beige, coffee & light grey Earthstone worktop with sink & drainer. The surface is heat, moisture and mould resistant and has a 3mm lightly round edge profile.

  • Includes Large bowl - L445 x W375 x D240mm, Small bowl - L160 x W325 x D144mm

Features and Benefits

Changing your kitchens worktop is one of the simplest ways to update your kitchen! Our worktops offer a wide selection of shades, designs and textures. Matching upstands are available to complement your worktop and offer a hygienic, seamless line between the worktop and wall.

  • Suitable for installing drainer grooves on the right hand side; a special jig is available for this
  • Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
  • Suitable for installing drainer grooves on the right hand side; a special jig is available for this
  • Matching and coordinating edging strips are available to buy separately

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

RangeCoffee
ColourBrown
MaterialEarthstone
Pack quantity1
EffectStone effect
Product width605mm
Product thickness34mm
Product depth605mm
Product length1800mm
DrainerRight-hand drainer
Product code03880210

Reviews

Full star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star
1 / 5(1 reviews)

Excellent choice if you don't use your kitchen!

Full star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star
Empty star

Disappointed of Aylesbury - 3 years ago

Extremely expensive when consideration is given to the fact that it has been installed for a little over two years and a crack has formed in one of the lengths. This was reported to both B and Q and the manufacturer. The manufacturer stated that we did this by placing something hot on the worktop. They also advised that it is best to avoid the work surface getting wet and that under no circumstances can anything hot be placed on it. They would not provide a figure for what constitutes hot. A cup of tea perhaps? Who knows. My advice, buy laminate at a fraction of the cost.