Butcher Block Countertop
Fjelsted Nord specializes in all forms of butcher blocks, including butcher block countertops. Below, you may find examples of the wood types, wood character, and the high quality craftsmanship that define our butcher block countertop work at Fjelsted Nord.
We have built butcher blocks for households as well as small to large companies, both here in the US and abroad. Our work in end grain wood countertops has often been highly customized, as butcher block countertops often must be fitted to specific dimensions, and may also require special additions such as juice grooves or engravings.
The images here are of our smaller sizes butcher blocks, but demonstrate the wood patterns and species most frequently employed on our butcher block countertop projects. Please note, too, that these are only examples, and we can certainly meet your requirements of wood species, dimensions, or the like. Wood types we might employ for countertop projects include Maple, Walnut, Cherry, Oak or exotics such Brazilian Cherry or Acacia.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have on a potential butcher block countertop project together. We’d be happy to build you a custom butcher block countertop that will age beautifully in your kitchen for years to come.
Cherry Butcher Block Countertop
Cherry is one example of a wood species we might employ in a butcher block countertop project together. Cherry brings natural shades of red and orange to your kitchen, and will darken to a richer, darker red with time.
Reach out here if you’d like to discuss Cherry or another wood type (the options are near endless) for your butcher block countertop project.
Walnut Butcher Block Countertop
Walnut might be our most popular wood species at this time. Both classy and durable, Walnut meshes well with just about any kitchen environment. Walnut butcher block countertops are timeless and age beautifully.
Reach out here if you’d like to discuss Walnut or another wood type (the options are near endless) for your butcher block countertop project.
Maple Butcher Block Countertop
Shown here is a Maple Butcher Block in Character Grade. We also craft traditional Maple Butcher Blocks that will be more of the golden color of the image above. Maple is the classic kitchen butcher block countertop choice and an option we heartily recommend for its longevity and natural beauty.
Reach out here if you’d like to discuss Maple or another wood type (the options are near endless) for your butcher block countertop project.