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Oct 04 2012

Add flavor to your kitchen with fresh local butcher block, harvested from nearby forests

By KC

Autumn always reminds us of the generosity of our region's agricultural lands through the bounty of our crops and the promise of nourishment through the winter.

The forests surrounding our cities are no different: They generously provide the wood for building our shelters and keeping us warm and protected through the colder seasons.

This is why we are pleased to offer locally grown and made Butcher Block counter tops made from salvaged and sustainably harvested, local wood. 

By sourcing our wood from salvage sources and respectful, small-scale harvesting, we are paying our respects to the forests that sustain life for so many species, humans included.

Available in:

  • Pcific Madrone 
  • FSC Big Leaf Maple
  • Oregon White Oak
  • FSC Doug Fir
  • Blue Pine
  • Myrtlewood
  • Tanoak
  • Restoration Juniper
  • Willamette Valley Walnut

Our  solid wood Butcher Blocks are:

  • In stock and ready for installation
  • Kiln-dried, solid hardwood
  • Made from FDA-approved adhesives
  • 1 1/2" x 26 1/2", ready to be trimmed to fit your space
  • Lengths in 4', 6', 8' and 10'
  • Custom dimensions available 

Photos, from top: Oregon White Oak butcher block features a unique grain pattern reminiscent of wine country; a Madrone butcher block counter top provides a perfect warm dining surface at a restaurant in Portland: a Restoration Juniper butcher block makes its way from our warehouse to a new home.