Kitchen Design Stories

Small DIY Projects by BBCo. Customers

Our talented customers continue to amaze us with their small DIY projects featuring butcher block. We are highlighting some of their recent work to help inspire you to do your own butcher block project.

Joshua created this wonderful patio entertaining space and incorporated a 3” thick white oak butcher block accent piece from BBCo.

Our creative customer, Megan, upgraded this buffet with a BBCo. Brand cherry plank-style top to help free up other counter space in her tiny kitchen and still have access to her appliances. It was a small DIY project with a big payoff.

Greg topped his baker’s rack with this BBCo. Brand poplar edge grain butcher block creating a stunning and functional piece of furniture for his kitchen.

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Beth replaced two cutting boards on her island with this large blended-grain maple butcher block top from John Boos. This was a small DIY project that resulted in a clean, continuous work surface to help make food prep a breeze!

Our clever customer, Nora, maximizes space in her tiny 450 sq. ft. condo with this John Boos maple butcher block countertop and extendable leaf she designed!

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Mary Ann found an old cart at a garage sale, painted the base, and installed this lovely 3″ thick walnut end grain butcher block top. It serves as an island in her small California kitchen.

Christine upgraded her nifty kitchen island by replacing its dated top with a lovely Boos maple edge grain butcher block top. She managed to maintain its vintage foundation while enhancing the beauty and utility of the overall island.

A less traditional use of BBCo. Brand plank-style tops was applied for Linda’s beautiful floating vanity top. We recommend you order with Waterlox finish when installed in bathrooms to help protect the wood from potential water damage.

Lucas supported this 3″ hefty Boos butcher block with a table apron, sturdy legs and base cabinet. This small DIY project looks spectacular in his country-style Tennessee kitchen.

Finally, this not so small DIY project involved our customer, Steve, building his very own shuffleboard table. Just in case you are looking for a huge DIY project, this one will inspire you!

Steve crafted this spectacular supporting table from Mahogany & Canary woods and ordered from Butcher Block Co. a maple edge grain butcher block measuring 152” x 20” x 3”. He added a logo and number inlays and finished it with epoxy. We salute Steve’s craftsmanship!

Visit our Photo Gallery for small and large projects, and both DIY and contractor-assisted upgrades. You are sure to be inspired!

We look forward to featuring your kitchen remodel in our gallery and an upcoming posts!

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