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
Outfit your kitchen with the Classic Country Work Table from John Boos. With its Cream finished 1-3/4" thick solid edge-grain Northern hard rock maple top and four-legged base with a lower slatted shelf, the worktable is ideal for food prep and for storage. The kitchen island is available in 48" and 60 widths, with a 30" depth and a 36" height. The base comes in several finishes to complement your kitchen décor or add a splash of bold color. Optional drawers, wicker baskets and casters are also available.
Love my work table. It is a beautiful piece if furniture. Have received many compliments.
very good table by: Chuck from: Rocheport, MO on: December 5, 2013
The table is very well made and looks good in our newly remodelled kitchen. Got here just in time for Thanksgiving and was just what we needed for holding all the extra goodies.
Be aware that the table comes on a pallet in two boxes, three if you order the optional drawers. It comes by truck, so unless you live in a reasonably good sized town or just happen to be on a major route, delivery can be delayed. I ended up driving to the nearest city to pick it up at the terminal. Assembly is very easy...just four lag bolts for the legs and four more for the shelf.
Great Product by: Pilsner from: Golden, CO on: October 5, 2012
I needed a table and additional counter space in my small kitchen. This is the perfect piece. The height is counter top height and with a few stools it serves as a table. It is super easy to assemble. The butcher block top is fabulous. I like this product so much that I have bought it twice. The first one moved out with my daughter and I replaced it. I highly recommend this piece.
Servicable work table with uneven finish by: Don Hornbeck from: Spokane, WA on: July 22, 2010
The paint finish on the legs was uneven, as some parts were finished more smoothly while other parts should have been sanded more before painting.
The cutout ends of the apron for the drawer insertion weren't painted at all, so we painted them.