We all know Granite Countertops are definitely "IN" but what do y'all think of butcher block countertops?! "IN" OR "OUT"
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I LOVE butcher block and in my book it will always be in style...stone is NOT for everyone. It's too temperater. Butcher block is not.
Personally, I prefer granite countertops. They have great heat retention so they're great for kitchens. Quite low maintenance too.
Well the choice is yours, My sister in law had them installed recently, but rues the day, as they have to be oiled constantly to keep them looking nice. For me, I have always gone for a Formica type top as they are so durable and they come in many many finishes. Best wishes.
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