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Timber Options

Solid timber fronts for flatpack Ikea* kitchens. Enabling you to enhance and customise your flatpack kitchen design with handcrafted solid timber fronts.

Timber options

Below is a range of our most popular options, we are always working to add more options so if you have another solid timber in mind please reach out. You can order a sample kit, or you can email us to make an appointment to see the samples in person.

*Please note, we don't work with veneered timber options.

Recycled Hardwood

(Timber Group 2)

A classic Timbermill timber choice.
The recycled hardwood is full of beautiful imperfection and includes nail holes and marks from its first life. Works well in an environment with other timbers as the different tones in the recycled timber complement the other timber species in the room.

American Oak

(Timber Group 2)

American Oak has a beautiful blonde tone and is a very consistent colouring. Matches well with white cabinetry and suits a scandi style kitchen.

Spotted Gum

(Timber Group 2)

A personal favourite amongst the Timbermill team!

An incredible caramel toned timber which adds such warmth to a space. Has strong grain lines and colour variation throughout.

Recycled Oregon

(Timber Group 2)

A recycled timber option that lets the character shine though. With slightly orange tones and clear grain markings this timber brings a lot of warmth to a space and works well as a range of feature top or base cabinets mixed with white or neutral cabinets.

*This is also a great timber to stain or paint. Discuss with us for pricing and options.

Birch Plywood

(Timber Group 1)

A beautiful clean and light coloured timber sheet product option. Perfect for the industrial or modern kitchen. 

American Walnut

(Timber Group 3)

An incredible dark toned solid timber. Has strong grain and almost purple highlights.
The perfect feature for your statement kitchen.

*Timbermill PTY LTD is not affiliated or associated with Ikea in any way at all. We simply love their cabinet systems and wanted to offer an aftermarket product to accessorise them.