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What other counter surfaces would go with a butcher block island top? Any idea if there is a way to install the block onto my cabinets that would allow me to remove it in the future if it needed to be sanded or replaced? What about having a carpenter router around the butcher block so the marble would fit in the grooves?

I'm putting Carrara marble on my island. If I use silicone, will that allow the wood to expand and contract? Sometimes veggies can take up quite a bit of space.

I had the granite templated in the summer when the block was at it largest size. In this case, the top of the BB set down about two inches below the marble. Butcher block with kids??! If you look at phaze's close-up, it shows the marble butts up against the butcher block, doesn't go granite countertops with butcher block insert it.

Do you think it might just have a large lip and it's set over the countertop?

And instead of 1-inch squares it's dovetailed strips of 3 - 6 inches so it's a beautiful piece of woodwork.

I have my garlic spot, my chili pepper spot, etc. So I'm assuming you would've had to have had your cabinets designed so there wasn't https://auto-quest.ru/2020/aguascalientes-mexico-map.html drawer or door in that top space.

I suspect it looks different because if you are Christopher Peacock, you get a wood artisan to create a custom piece for you and it is made to fit over the edge of the marble and back under to the cabinet so that it looks perfectly finished and it stays in place better when working at it.

And as soon as I get a second, I'll go downstairs and get a photo of the counter in place on the wheeled kitchen island thingy. Hope it helps. Here is a link that might be useful: End Grain Cutting Boards.

Are they for looks or are they intended to store something special? I would go granite countertops with butcher block insert it!

Butcher block - am I over reacting? It looks like they slide from side to side. Would you agree? I think I'm going to go for it! Check out his website www. But mahlgold, your suggestion has sparked a completely different line of thinking!

The best part is by not fastening it I can just pop it out to clean along the seams and anything that drops to the cabinet. I think that Christopher Peacock kitchen does have a lipped cutting board sitting on top of the marble -- just like the oldalgebra and homepro01 have mentioned. Looks great and protects the marble even if you don't cook in the kitchen.

I'm encouraged that grendalfly has a similar setup to what I'm contemplating and seems to be happy with it. My biggest concern is how to seal the cracks between the marble and butcher block.

I haven't seen the original pictures of the kitchen, but is it possible that the block isn't an inset? Hi there. Actually seeing a picture of it helps immensely. I really like the Butcherblock on the Martha Stewart show.

And granite countertops with butcher block insert won't come down any lower than the bottom of the marble counter?

Your kitchen is going to be absolutely beautiful I can't wait to see the finished pictures because as a work in progress it's already stunning. Maple is harder but I worry about the lighter color showing stains more. I think the BB would look great fitted into the counter and now that you granite countertops with butcher block insert it wouldn't be difficult to remove and clean, even better.

If I had sealed it, the sealant would have pulled loose by now. Different from yours, the square was insert more like a sink, so it was surrounded on all 4 sides with granite. I love it, but, if I had to do it all over again, I would have definitely incorporated a hefty chopping block a la Peacock.

Here learn more here a link that might be useful: Christopher Peacock Kitchen.

I'm not planning to cut into the tops of my already existing island cabinetry. But David does custom boards and his work is excellent and his prices are very reasonable. I have included a link below.

It is a great work space though if you have the space. I'm just confused and trying to figure this out as I'm now keeping this in my mind as a potential item for my kitchen. My plan is to have the countertop people template for the marble once the butcher block is set in place by my carpenter. I think they'd be perfect for you. I have been working with a wonderful seller on ebay, they've been doing some custom walnut butcher block counters for me, all to my specs, gorgeous work with keyed edges and extremely reasonable. I like the idea of not sealing around the butcher block and being able to take it out for cleaning. After all, functionality is my primary goal. And some advised against it and I couldn't really find any examples of it being done. It's so pretty in person. I have an endgrain walnut cutting board from ozarkwest. I have a end grain maple Boos block in my island. You tell me. It's 12 feet long, much longer than any slab. If you look at the Peacock kitchen where the marble meets the butcher block it's obvious that the butcher block isn't on top of the marble. Not really sure if this is feasible, but it might work. Here's a for-instance, 1. I use my board all the time and love it. I am sure it is not inexpensive, but I think it would look awesome in your kitchen and at the same time be functional. Each does custom work though and you could compare prices. I was originally looking to get the same walnut cutting board Giada De Laurentils uses on Food Network at www. Could you have the butcher block piece made so it would fit over the marble? It would be so much simpler and less expensive if I purchase a large, high quality cutting board that's pretty enough to leave out on the countertop all the time. If I can figure out how to use our new scanner, I'll post a picture of a really nice marble topped island with a set-in butcher block. If you are going to pay for a CP kitchen, you certainly aren't going to photograph your kitchen with a cutting board you could buy off Amazon, and if you are CP, this is one of those things you sell your client on -- art as function. The block isn't even fastened to the cabinets since it doesn't move as it is really heavy. Obviously, you'd have to be able to fit your hand in the drawer underneath to pop the top out. You wouldn't have to worry about the cracks between the marble and BB and you could take it off to clean it as needed. Have you considered setting the BB deeper than the marble? I was sort of thinking along the lines of oldalgebra. I love this kitchen. Multiple butcher block surfaces in open area? I forgot to mention that my first choice for wood was lyptus, but apparently there's a shortage, and John Boos has discontinued their lyptus butcher blocks. Hope this helps. I'm really curious about this "built in" butcher block now, but not really understanding how it's built. If I get one big enough it will accomplish my main goal of covering up a large portion of the marble seam. I went with the 2 x 16 x 22 size. Erika, I think that adding a butcher block is great idea to cut up the seam! The CP ones look like they are much deeper and come down beyond the top of the cabinet. I wish I had gone the next size bigger. The front of the butcher block may indeed be a lip as opposed to a solid block, however. Erika, I had a beautiful walnut end grain cutting board made by David Smith of the Boardsmith. I'd like to avoid a big seam down the middle of my island, so I'm thinking about including a 24" by 30 or 36" butcher block next to the prep sink. OT: What do you think is the reason for the stainless steel drawers underneath? This thread just made my day because I have been contemplating something similar and had just about talked myself out of it. Let me know if you're interested, I'll send you their email. So it won't look exactly like the CP one? Their names are elaine and jerry, they sell cutting boards on ebay under the Seller ID elaineart, and have great feedback. But the island in the kitchen of my new house is too big to do all butcher block so I was considering doing one corner of it it butcherblock even though it would be higher than the granite and was unsure of the sealing issue. I know it's not too high because the cutting board I have right now is 3 inches thick. Erikanh, Grothouse does Lyptus. I think it would be hard to rout a BB that's that thick. I believe they are installed on top of the current countertop and can be removed with four or five people lifting them.