Butcher block countertops look beautiful and also serve as a versatile working surface for food preparation. They are typically made with either the end-grain or the edge-grain of the wood showing to create a heavy-duty surface that withstands chopping. To be used as a true butcher block, the wood is oil-finished and left unsealed. You can also choose a non-cutting butcher block surface that is finished and sealed. With many different types of wood and construction styles to choose from, we’ll help you find the right look for your kitchen design.