Butcher block countertops offer you the natural color and grain of wood, adding warmth to your kitchen. Our butcher block countertops are made with thick veneer wood, combining old craftsmanship with modern manufacturing methods. It makes the countertops easier to install, more stable and more resistant to humidity compared to solid countertops. And since we use the whole tree – even the crooked branches and the small twigs – we can save natural resources too.
Countertops with a top layer of wood have all the qualities of solid wood, enhanced by modern technology. They are made with ⅛" layer of solid wood wrapped on particleboard. This increases the stability and makes them less likely to split or crack. They can be sanded down to remove minor scratches, and will keep their natural beauty over the years.
Oak is a hardwood, making it a popular choice for countertops and interiors. Its color ranges from light brown to a rich reddish–brown and it darkens with age.
Birch is fine-grained and pale in color with a satin-like sheen that darkens with age. It often has knots or heartwood in cream or light brown which will give your countertop a unique and distinct natural look.
The natural color and grain of wood adds warmth to your kitchen decor. Walnut gets lighter in color with age. It has a rich variation in color and a decorative, curved grain pattern.
This is a blonde hardwood with a beautiful grain pattern. The variations in the color make each countertop unique and give it a distinctive natural look. It gets gradually darker with age.