Iroko is originally from Africa where its hardwood properties are used for a variety of needs such as musical instruments, boat building and furniture. Iroko solid wood worktops are highly water resistant and carry antibacterial properties. Initially the wood is a yellow colour that gradually gains a golden patina. Iroko solid wooden worktops are very low maintenance and durable.
Iroko worktops have been used successfully in both traditional and contemporary kitchens. You could mix the iroko wood with another surface and use your own designs to contemporize your unique take on your kitchen needs. Consider the possibilities. Many contemporary architects now use stained Iroko as external cladding, using the inbuilt strength and mould repelling qualities of iroko to bring a new slant to their exteriors. Our range of hardwood kitchen worktops includes Oak, Ash, Rubber wood, Cherry, Birch, Beech and Bamboo, all in a wide range of stock and sizes.