Wood brings warmth and cosiness anywhere, especially in the kitchen, although many of you can say that such surfaces are not practical for kitchens or bathrooms because they can dry out. There are many surfaces that now make wood surfaces durable. So don’t hesitate to use them anywhere you want. Today we’re going to show you how good a wooden kitchen countertop can look in any kitchen.
Butcherblock kitchen countertops
The butcher’s block consists of straight wood cuts that are glued together to form thick panels and provide a particularly stable and stable work surface in a kitchen. For kitchen counters, it is important to use unsealed, oil-coated wood. Sealed countertops are not intended as work surfaces for preparing food – they are not food or knife friendly. Take care of your countertops regularly and they will reward you by aging gracefully. But without proper maintenance, they can dull and crack.
Wooden kitchen countertops
A wood-only countertop is a great idea too – it looks warm and beautiful, is great for not only cooking but also eating, and you can even make one over a concrete or stone countertop. Different types of wood look different and you will definitely find one for your style or even make it yourself. Of course, such countertops require sealing and proper maintenance, perhaps more so than others, but they add a cozy and warm look to your room. Check out the inspiring ideas below!