Ken Peavey wrote:I should mention: You are allowed to cheat
While the outside appearance shows a 2 foot high block, you can build it with the insides considerably shorter, perhaps 3-4 inches. You'll save a lot of lumber and cost, construction and assembly will be easier, you can hide a multitude of sins, and you don't need a platoon of marines to move it.
Alan Hunter wrote:I have one. Approx 25.5" by 60" by 1-2" (ill check dimensions and send a pic. You can have it. We just need to get it there (reason four for me to plan a visit)
Ken Peavey wrote:Noah, if you have some experience, these are real easy. Attention to detail and 90 degree blades +- 0.00 will make these a piece of cake.
Once you make one, you can get creative. Countertops with sink cutouts (top and bottom mount), seamless backsplashes, contrasting species of wood, rounded shapes, turning corners, even inlays to put a touch of excellence in there.
Jocelyn Campbell wrote:I would guess just oil - walnut might be best. If we could get it here, we have walnut oil!
jacob wustner wrote:Jocelyn,
Superior Hardwoods has some butcher block countertop type of stuff, and they have a table for $1000. You should check them out, just outside of Missoula south on 93. If you like something there, talk to me before you buy because I maybe be able to get a deal if I purchase it.
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