Boos Board Cream - Protects Cutting Boards & Butcher Blocks 5 oz. Tube - Available in a 3 or 12 Pack *Combination of natural un-bleached beeswax & mineral oil *Denser, thicker product than Mystery Oil - penetrates deeply into the grains of the wood, leaves a silky wax barrier and locks moisture in
Put extra workspace in your kitchen with the Classic Country Work Table by John Boos. These kitchen islands have a solid edge-grain Northern rock hard Maple top that's 1¾" thick with a Cream finish. The kitchen islands are available in several sizes to fit kitchens of every dimension. Optional elements, like the utensil drawer offer extra storage capability. The work tables come in a variety of vibrant finishes to enhance any kitchen setting.
Great Table by: William from: Alexandria, VA on: September 10, 2013
Great table for a small space. Well built and looks great!
Great service, awesome products! by: Steve from: Wells, Me on: December 21, 2012
Ordering my boos table was simple and easy, had to call to check delivery date and people were a pleasure to talk to! Could not have had a better experience . The table and stools are awesome great products. Thanks
Excellent work table by: Eileen Mackey from: Westwood, MA on: September 11, 2012
I bought this table to use as an island in my remodeled kitchen. The size is perfect. I wanted the butcher block top because I use it as a work surface, cutting vegetables, rolling out pie dough etc. Absolutely love my new work station!
And it looks great too!!
The customer service was very helpful by: Joe from: Portland, OR on: August 27, 2012
Great table!! by: Linda Bergstrom from: Chicago, Il on: September 23, 2011
I have wanted a Boos table for a long time, I'm very pleased with it. Shipping was fast and set up was easy. I do recommend to have some help setting the table upright, as they are very heavy. A great product and made in the USA!!!
Extremely pleased with product and Kitchen Source by: Terry from: Greencastle, Pa on: September 12, 2011
I ordered the tangerine 48" for my Italian inspired kitchen. The table is beautiful, perfect, and extremely well made. The tangerine color coordinates with the Italian crocks in the kitchen and goes well with my light maple cabinets, light oak flooring, and black stone counter tops. Customer Service at Kitchen Source is top notch and I highly recommend this company as well as John Boos products.
Perfect by: anonymous from: Dallas, Tx on: May 17, 2011
This table is the perfect height, is of the highest quality, and the choice of colors matches any decor.
I love it!! by: Janet Guerrin from: Holden, MA on: March 14, 2011
I had to wait for a strong neighbor's help, so beware, any other 77-year-olds..... it's HEAVY! That done, I love it. Perfect for all my dollhouse making crafts, and other art work, in my new kitchen! I did put a vinyl cover over it (sob) because the maple is too beautiful to leave at risk. It's very nice with a Shaker weaver's chair, too.
Satisfied by: Laura from: Queensbury, NY on: November 30, 2010
John Boos sent the wrong legs twice but KitchenSource customer service kept on top of it without issue (although they did not always keep me in the loop promptly). I did finally receive the correct legs and am very satisfied with the product so far. It is solid and well made.
Exactly what we were looking for by: Charles Milstead from: Cumming, GA on: November 30, 2009
Our butcher block table is fantastic. Not only does it enhance the decor of our kitchen but it is a very versatile kitchen appliance. I don't know why we didn't get one sooner. It's easy to assemble. A great working table for food preparation, or just neat to sit around in the kitchen.
Great table! by: Sandy from: Centerport, NY on: August 18, 2009
This was a very simple table, countertop height, to give us additional counter space in the kitchen, but also able to move around if needed. We got one without a shelf because we keep a stool underneath it. Well made and solid.
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superb quality, perfect size by: D.R. from: Dallas, TX on: July 9, 2009