What is the difference between an end grain butcher block and end grain cutting board? Our answer: the terms are interchangeable, but we generally utilize the term ‘butcher block’ for larger, thicker, more professionally-oriented chopping blocks.

Butcher blocks, too, are more varied in their use. Variations of the butcher block might include butcher block countertops or butcher block islands, for instance. We specialize in all forms of the butcher block, and have crafted custom designs for both residential and corporate use, having done so in a variety of solid hardwoods such as Walnut, Maple (shown below), Cherry, and exotics, as well.