The Beauty and Benefits of Yellow Birch Butcher Block
Yellow Birch Grows in the Colder Climates of the Northeastern U.S. and Canada
It has very close grain and an even texture, making it ideal for butcher block applications. Along with Hard Rock Maple, Yellow Birch is one of the species of wood most often used to make butcher block. Yellow Birch is very knife-friendly and makes a great cutting surface. In addition to its hardness, Yellow Birch is desirable due to its beautiful, rich color. That's why it's one of the most used hardwoods in kitchen cabinetry.
Catskill Craftsmen Kitchen Furniture Features Yellow Birch Wood.
Located in the beautiful Catskill Mountains, where Yellow Birch is readily available, Catskill Craftsmen uses this distinctive wood in the making of Catskill birch wood kitchen furniture. Catskill's products are distinguishable based on their functional designs and rich, warm, creamy-orange hue. Yellow Birch contains an array of colors, including a creamy sapwood and a reddish heartwood, giving it an attractive appearance.
Catskill Kitchen Furniture is Ready-to-Assemble (RTA)
Catskill Craftsmen hardwood furniture comes ready-to-assemble. Assembly is fairly quick and easy. Catskill provides clever storage solutions that add beauty, warmth and ambiance to the kitchen.