Custom Countertops and islands
BUTCHERBLOCK vs flat sawn

Butcher Block Edge Grain: Most common form of butcher block. Boards are placed on their sides and glued so the narrower edge forms the surface. Stable and strong, great for kitchen counters and large areas. Can achieve thicker countertops than flat sawn. Less likely to show scratches, dents, and dings.

Flat Sawn: Also known as wide-plank, boards are laid flat forming a seamless surface. Great for islands, tables. 

Butcher Block

Flat Sawn

Edge Profiles

We offer a variety of edge profiles available. See our gallery below for some options. We can square some edges if it will be against a wall on some or all sides. Custom edging can be accommodated.


Choose between our standard oil/wax or a varnish finish. 

This is a soft, natural finish that is one of the oldest methods for protecting furniture. The Oil/wax blend cures to a hard satin finish that resists liquid well. Made from linseed plant oil, it brings out the natural color, warmth, and characteristics of wood.

Soft oil finishes on wooden furniture direct from the woodshop need to build up a strong layer of protection over time. Extra care and maintenance early on will set you up for a fantastic piece of furniture for years to come.

This is a hard finish product, that is environmentally friendly and safe to use. Hard and strong against scratches and dings, this finish is similar to what you will find in most furniture stores.

The maintenance of this product is minimal. For everyday cleaning, use a mild soap and water on a cloth to wipe up after meals and daily spills.


See all our wood stain options here.  All stains receive a varnish finish.


We can accommodate sink cut-outs as well! Undermount cut-outs are ideal with a wooden countertop to prevent standing water. 

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    What are your lead times?

    We are currently at 4-8 weeks standard depending on the project.

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    Yes we do both!