Example worktop costings
Below you’ll find some examples of typical kitchen layouts, along with a table showing the total costs of worktops for that layout.
Type A Kitchen ~ 3.9 linear metres
A “U” Shaped kitchen in this style is a great way to make use of space where doorways are positioned at one side of the room. Worktops at either side creates an ergonomic flow when preparing meals, and helps to keep hob, food prep and sink sections separate.
Type B Kitchen ~ 5 linear metres
Ideal for creating space. an “L” shaped kitchen has a minimal impact on floor space, creating room for a dining table or breakfast bar as a centrepiece to your kitchen. To really maximise storage, look to add extra shelving or cabinetry above your worktops, or try to introduce a storage island into your layout plan.
Type C Kitchen ~ 5 linear metres
Perfect for smaller properties with limited space, or for open-plan kitchens were the divide between the kitchen and living spaces may not necessarily be apparent, this “Narrow” kitchen plan design involves two symmetrical worktops to channel the kitchen into an efficient two-sided enclosure.
|Type A||Type B||Type C|
|Granite Band 1 - 30mm||£514.00||£580.00||£658.00|
|Granite Band 1 - 20mm||£450.00||£507.00||£576.00|
|Apollo Quartz Band 1 - 30mm||£519.00||£572.00||£665.00|
|Apollo Quartz Band 1 - 20mm||£458.00||£516.00||£587.00|
|Silestone Band 1 - 20mm||£577.00||£650.00||£740.00|
|Silestone Band 1 - 30mm||£680.00||£767.00||£872.00|
|Slab Tech 20mm||£685.00||£772.00||£877.00|
|Slab Tech 30mm||£765.00||£862.00||£980.00|
|Solid Wood 40mm||£424.00||£478.00||£543.00|
|Solid Wood 27mm||£335.00||£378.00||£430.00|