2 1/2" thick edge grain walnut with satin polyurethane sealer.
Two inch thick hard rock maple butcher block kitchen island top with farmhouse sink. Sealed with the Monocoat wood sealer.
2 1/4" thick plank style walnut with satin polyurethane sealer.
Distressed plank style hickory with black Monocoat sealer.
Reclaimed heart pine table top with monocoat sealer.
Weathered white oak in our color Jaffa.
Plank style teak with monocoat sealer and our London edge.
2-1/2" thick edge grain walnut butcher block with Monocoat sealer and Torino edge profile.
Plank style walnut with Alpine edge and satin polyurethane sealer.
Plank style walnut with 1/4" roundover edge and satin polyurethane sealer.
Distressed plank style walnut with Arno edge and Monocaot wood sealer.
Distressed edge grain hickory with custom stain, Arno edge profile and satin polyurethane sealer.
Distressed plank walnut with a custom edge profile and satin polyurethane sealer.
Plank zebra wood with satin polyurethane sealer.
Wood Countertops, Butcher Block Tops & Solid Wood Table Tops Made To Order In The U S A
Combining the latest wood working technology and the highest quality hardwoods in the hands of talented craftsmen we’re proud to create a fine American made product. In 2001 we started with a focus on custom wood countertops, kitchen islands and butcher block tops. Since then we have grown to include restaurant table tops, commercial bar tops and even stair treads. Our work starts at our factory in Atlanta, GA but can be found in Alaska to the Bahamas.
Wood requires a sealer that is suitable for its intended use. At J. Aaron we offer three sealer options along with custom staining so that our surfaces function as intended while looking the part.
Design features include everything from the wood species to the thickness but we also offer upgrades like distressing, hand hewing, knife slots, drain channels and others to enhance the wood countertops function and look.
We’ve shipped island tops 12′ x 12′ as well as 16′ long bar tops. Wood has different properties than stone so we’re typically restricted only by the trucking and/or job site limitations. In each case we limit the number field joints to only what’s necessary. Large kitchen island tops are always one piece unless very strange install conditions exist.
We’re very proud of the work we do and hope you’ll spend a few minutes looking through our website and blog. You can always pay more but you can’t get better quality than J. Aaron.