Custom Made Antique Copper Island Worktop - Andrew Nebbett Designs

Designed and beautifully handmade by our craftsmen in England

You may think you have seen this before! A private client approached us having been inspired by an image of a copper worktop online and upon finding one of our bespoke kitchen copper island worktops created for a previous project, they knew it was the piece they had been searching for!

The design journey began… many discussions took place covering a range of aspects; to include or not to include an oak butchers block, a drainer, a curved edge for seating etc. The time our team work with our clients, to realise the dreams they envision is not only vital, but great fun as we all travel together along the design path.

To ensure the worktop was an exact fit to both the aesthetic requirements but also the physical constraints, we formulated the design and when site was ready, our team visited and templated to understand the exact size, eliminating any worry for the client.

Marrying copper with a striking blue cupboard door, coupled with both rich oak flooring and additional worktops creates a warm and inviting feel to the kitchen of this beautifully converted barn.

To discuss a similar dream, please contact our team.

Copper Worktops and Splash backs

A copper worktop in a kitchen can really bring warmth and character to what is often referred to as the ‘heart of the home’! To complete your kitchen worktops, why not consider matching copper splash backs! We offer a complete custom service, making to your preferred specifications and dimensions. Chat with our team to obtain a quotation. 

Copper Countertops

Copper has long been known for its antimicrobial properties, but with its lustrous warm hues it is a beautiful alternative to other types of work surface. To discuss the options, please get in touch.

Copper Island Worktop and Countertop

Choose from a range of finishes, from buffed and shiny edges to very dark antique patinas – our team of specialist finishers can work with you to get it just right! Did you know that we can even add small surface imperfections (such as dings and dents) to suggest wear and use and to also make any surface scratches or dents that are made through real use less noticeable!