Custom Size Solid Wood Shelves

£40.00 (inc VAT)

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Commission oak, pine or walnut shelves to your exact size and specification, using the highest quality, sustainably sourced solid wood. Use the calculator to generate your perfect set of solid wood shelves or contact us to discuss.

Learn about our made to measure shelves here.

Shelf cost calculator

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Choose how you want your table top to be finished.
Darker finish stains are mixed to your specification, please indicate your colour preference in order notes at checkout.
Whitewash colour reference

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Hand Delivered. On Time.

We hand deliver all our desk tops free of charge, with a 1 hour time slot, to ensure your top arrives in perfect condition. Shipping to Ireland also available.

Custom size? Same Price.

We make your table top to the exact required size. All our desk top prices are worked out using the same formula. Calculate your price and order in minutes.

30 Day Money Back Promise

An immediate refund or replacement if you’re not happy, which ever suits you best. Free order cancellation within 48 hours, no questions asked.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about the quality of our sustainably sourced wood, how our desk tops are priced, our process, delivery timescales and more on our FAQ and About pages.

Don’t just take our word for it…

“Our oak desk top is beautiful. Good communication through out… It is a lovely piece of furniture, perfect for our needs. Highly recommended.”

Read the full review: Tony Maxwell, August 2020


We can make shelves bigger or smaller than our calculator can generate for you, perhaps look at our custom sized desk top calculator for large sizes, we can also make shelves in walnut, ash, elm, etc at depths thicker or thinner than 23mm to 30mm, contact us if you have specific shelving requirements or questions.

Oak or Pine?

This is a matter of preference, and also budget. Oak and pine have their own properties. Oak is a hard wood, whilst pine has hard and soft wood properties. Pine visually has a less tight grain, but still has lots of character. Pine is easier to mark and less glossy to touch and look at, and so you may wish to apply a polyurethane finish. Oak is less likely to mark when spilled on, and has a glossier finish.

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