Below are various examples of butcher block countertops manufactured by Grothouse. The end grain construction style makes butcher block countertops incredibly durable, stylish and functional. Cutting boards of yesteryear were produced in this construction style for a reason: because they last. The Grothouse Countertop Design Guide contains more in depth information about the End Grain Construction Style. Butcher Block Countertops are finished with Grothouse Original Oil. Learn how to properly use and take care of a butcher block countertop with Grothouse Original Oil™ Finish. Butcher Block Countertops 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.
The Traditional Butcher Block is typically thought of as a cutting board. Butcher Block Countertops not only serve the purpose of a cutting board, but it can also be used as an island counter, table, or other kitchen counter surface. The traditional look can consist of any countertop edge profile. Butcher Block Countertops look fantastic in any style kitchen, whether it be modern or traditional.