Below are various samples of Butcher Block Countertops with patterns and inlays manufactured by Grothouse. Our butcher block countertops are crafted in End Grain Construction. This style is incredibly durable, stylish and functional. Grothouse has the capability to produce the most complex patterns and designs in the wood surfaces market. The minimum thickness for the end grain style is 2 1/2″. This thick countertop permits the use of very ornate edge profiles. There is no maximum thickness or size. We have made butcher blocks that are three feet thick and twenty feet long. Grothouse Butcher Block Countertops are finished with Grothouse Original Oil™. They are not available to be finished with Durata® and cannot be stained. If you have any questions about Grothouse Butcher Blocks please feel free to contact us.
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Advantages of Butcher Block Countertops with Patterns
End Grain Construction style is considered to be the best surface for cutting, chopping, and direct food preparation.
Butcher block countertops with patterns and other designs are extremely unique and custom to client specifications.
The custom patterns and inlays can be facilitated designs that do not conform to typical geometric shapes.
Random Mix Butcher Block Countertops Photos
Random Mix construction is the most artful form of butcherblocks we create. Our craftsmen mix a variety of wood species in an arrangement that is visually pleasing to the eye. No two are alike.
Random Mix Wenge, Zebrawood, and Mahogany
Random Mix Wenge, Zebrawood, and Walnut with Sapwood
Random Mix Ash, Sapele Mahogany and Walnut with Sapwood
Random Mix Walnut w/ Sapwood and African Mahogany
Random Mix Cherry, Walnut, and Sapele Mahogany
Random Mix Maple and Walnut w/ Sapwood
Butcher Block Countertops with Checkerboard Pattern Photos
Checkerboard patterns require precise measuring and block size to execute properly. This style continues to be our most popular pattern.
Checkerboard White Oak and Walnut with Sapwood
Checkerboard Wenge and Cherry with Sapwood
Checkerboard Cherry and Maple
Checkerboard Maple and Cherry with Sapwood
Checkerboard Walnut and Cherry
Checkerboard Brazilian Cherry and Maple
Butcher Block Countertops with Borders Photos
Borders enhance the surface and are often done in a secondary wood species that serves as a frame to the butcherblock surface.
Checkerboard Cherry and Maple with Walnut Border
Checkerboard Cherry and Wenge with Walnut Border
Random Mix Maple with Walnut Border
Random Mix Cherry w/ Sapwood with a Walnut w/ Sapwood Border
Butcher Block Countertops with Other Unique Patterns Photos
Our creativity and experience enables us to create new and exciting patterns. Contact us if you wish to explore a new idea.
Cherry with Wenge Stripe and Brazilian Cherry Border
Random Mix Maple with Wenge Stripes
Maple with Cherry and Walnut Stripes
Maple with Cherry Stripe
Checkerboard Cherry and Ash with Ash Stripe
Cherry with Walnut Checkerboard Stripe
Maple with a Cherry and Walnut Checkerboard Stripe and a Teak Border
Checkerboard Zebrawood and Maple with Wenge Stripe and Sapele Mahogany Border
Walnut with Maple Diamond Pattern
Walnut with Maple Diamond Pattern
Octagon Diamond Pattern
Greek Key Pattern Inlay
Grothouse butcherblock countertops ship in 2 to 3 weeks and arrive with a lifetime warranty.