Everything You Need To Know — Heather Hungeling Design

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How Much Do They Cost?

As you can imagine, there are a number of factors that significantly influence the range of pricing per square foot for wood countertops. The particular wood species, the type of construction (Side Grain vs. End Grain), the edge profile, the thickness of the material, as well as how much edging you need per square foot all impact the cost. As I mentioned before, a Side Grain top can be built up beyond the thickness of a single stave to create a thicker looking top, which will accommodate a larger edge profile. For instance, in the image above, the Wenge top was over 3-1/2” thick. This required multiple staves to be stacked on top of each other, which, as you can imagine, has a substantial impact on the cost. Likewise, a butcher block top that is 6” thick is quite a bit more expensive than one that is 4” thick. Having said all of that, here are a few price examples that should be helpful.

Iroko

End Grain Chopping Block, 48”long x 25”wide x 4” high. $4,100

Side Grain Wood Island Top, 96” long x 48” wide x 1-9/16” high (edge profile on all 4 sides; no cut-outs for sinks/appliances) $6,700

Walnut

End Grain Chopping Block, 48” long x 25”wide x 4” high. $6,300

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Side Grain Wood Island Top, 96” long x 484” wide x 1-9/16” high (edge profile on all 4 sides; no cut-outs for sinks/appliances) $9,100

Wenge

End Grain Chopping Block, 48” long x 25”wide x 4” high. $8,200

Side Grain Wood Island Top, 96” long x 484” wide x 1-9/16” high (edge profile on all 4 sides; no cut-outs for sinks/appliances) $10,800

(All prices provided are examples only and represent approximate pricing at the time of this blog post. They do not reflect additional details, such as sink or appliance cut-outs, or specialty edge profiles, etc. Please feel free to contact me with any specific questions or pricing requests for your project.)




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