Being a U-shaped kitchen, we had to do just a little tricky work to get the countertops to look seamless. We started with two 96″ butcher block countertops
from Ikea. Once we cut the piece out for the range we were able to take the remnants from that and frame out either side of the sink. The edges of the butcher block come beveled so where the two pieces met up we had to carefully cut the edge off and then with a little glue and clamps… voila, a perfect seam.
hello! kitchen looks great! what oil did you use on your butcher block?
Hello! I’d also like to know which oil you used? Your kitchen looks really fabulous!! We’re moving in about five weeks and are planing our new kitchen currently…yours is a great inspiration!
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