Victorian ASH Table Tops

Solid 32mm Thick Timber Table Tops Custom Made For Restaurants

Extremely Durable Timber
Grain Filled Surface Which Is Smooth For Hygienic Purposes
Australian Handmade & Crafted
Custom Made Sizes
Delivery Australia Wide
Lead Time - About 2 Weeks

Victorian Table Top Pricing Indication

60x60 cm Square - $155.00
80x80 cm Square - $251.00
120x80 cm Rectangular - $361.00

Prices include GST, Excludes Delivery. For Bulk Pricing please call 1300-813-060

Victorian ash table tops for restaurants

Vic ASH “Natural” Colours

Victorian ASH table tops made from natural Vic ASH timber, the colour varies from slight pink to a straw colour, with some darker brown streaks and black gum veins. The pink will fade over time and the straw colour will become more prominent. We can accelerate the ageing process during manufacture where we “knock” out the pink. Please specify when ordering your table tops.

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Vic ASH Natural colour

Vic ASH Restaurant - Natural Colour

Vic ASH "Aged" Colour

Victorian ash table top for restaurants in a straw colour.

What is Victorian ASH?

The ASH part of the name stands for Australian Sustainable Hardwoods.

It is also know by different names depending where it is sold or sourced – Victorian Ash, Mountain Ash, Alpine Ash, Gum-topped Stringybark, Australian Oak, Whitetop Stringybark, White-top, Woollybutt, Blue Leaf, Mountain White Gum.

Victorian ASH is a premium Australian hardwood timber encompassing three species that grow in the mountainous areas of Tasmania, Victoria and south east NSW. It is a versatile timber perfect for both construction and interior applications, including flooring, paneling, architraves, skirting boards and furniture.

Due to its hardwearing nature and durability, it is an ideal choice of timber for restaurant table tops.

How to order Victorian ASH Table Tops for your restaurant tables.

  1. Table Top Size – All our Victorian ASH table tops are made to order, so you can order any shape or size.
  2. Table Top Colour – We can stain the wood in a variety of colours. Please note that we are dealing with a natural material, so it not always possible to guarantee exact matches to an existing timber. Most popular finish is “Aged”.
  3. Table Top Edge Profiles  – You can choose from a number of edge profiles as shown below. The table top can be made with same profile top and bottom, or a different profile. The square profile on top with a 12mm rounded profile on the bottom, gives the table top a thin sleek appearance.

Table Top Edge Profiles

Square  Edge Profile

Edge is square, with a small radius.Rubberwood table tops for restaurants - square edge

3mm  Edge Profile

Edge is square, with a 3mm radius.Rubberwood table tops for cafes - 3mm edge

12mm  Edge Profile

12mm radiusRubberwood table tops for cafes - 12mm rounded edge

Staining Of  Victorian ASH Table Tops

We can stain the table tops to more suit your restaurant’s decor. We do not use pigmented stains as these fade. We prefer to use natural staining processes as the colour goes deeper into the wood and does not change over a period of time.

Please note all staining attract an additional charge.

Charred WoodCharred wood table top - Shou Sugi Ban

Inspired by the traditional Japanese art of wood preservation, called Shou Sugi Ban. As the colour of the charred wood can be adjusted from a light yellow/black to a dark brown black colour, depending on the degree of charring, we can adjust the colours to suit your decor.

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Driftwooddrift wood table top example

Drift wood colours can vary from grey to a yellow tan colour. Our driftwood table tops are golden tanned colour. Once drift wood has been varnished the colour variations in the wood are enhanced, with colours ranging form golden tans to deep browns.

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Barn SidingWeathered Table tops to look like barn sidings

Barn siding can be light grey to almost silver black. We can adjust the colour, however due to our natural ageing process, you can get a considerable variation in wood colours, very similar to naturally weathered timber.

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