Wood Countertop Patterns are a fun, creative way to add an element of interest and appeal to any kitchen space. At Grothouse, we have created a multitude of Wood Countertop Patterns. Countertops with patterns and other designs are extremely unique and custom to client specifications. Custom patterns can be facilitated designs that do not conform to typical geometric shapes. In this blog post we will discuss some of the most popular Wood Countertop Patterns we have crafted.
Most Popular Wood Countertop Patterns
Random Mix construction is the most artful form of butcher blocks we create. Our craftsmen mix a variety of wood species in an arrangement that is visually pleasing to the eye. No two Random Mix wood countertop patterns are alike. The Random Mix pattern is only available for countertops crafted in End Grain construction, otherwise known as butcher block countertops.
Photographed below is a Walnut, Wenge, and African Mahogany End Grain Butcher Block. The three wood species are randomly mixed to create the beautiful pattern. This countertop was designed by Brandon MacDonald.
Another extremely popular wood countertop pattern is Checkerboard. Checkerboard patterns are also only available for End Grain Butcher Block Countertops. The Checkerboard pattern consists of two alternating wood species. Checkerboard patterns require precise measuring and block size to execute properly. This style continues to be our most popular pattern.
Below is a Maple and Wenge Checkerboard Butcher Block Countertop. This countertop was designed by Interior Environments.
Clients have also used checkerboard patterns in the form of borders for their butcher block countertops. The kitchen photographed below includes a Beech butcher block countertop with a Wenge and Beech Checkerboard pattern border, which is then bordered with Walnut. This space was designed by Jenny’s Design Build.
Another popular pattern includes stripes of different wood species. The kitchen below was designed by Bluebell Kitchens. It includes two edge grain countertops with Maple with African Mahogany stripes.
Other patterns can also be crafted as well. An extremely unique pattern, that can only be crafted by the finest craftsmen, is exhibited in the butcher block photographed below. This butcher block was designed to have an Interlocking Pattern of Walnut, Maple, and White Oak.
Wood Countertop Patterns are a fun, creative way to add an element of interest and appeal to any kitchen space. Some of the most popular patterns at Grothouse include Random Mix, Checkerboard, and Stripes. to see more Wood Countertop Patterns, visit our Countertop Image Library.