Slab Photos - Before and After
The photos in this section show wood slabs in their rough form followed by photos of the finished slab countertop or island top that was constructed using those slabs.
We work with our customers, sharing photos back and forth when making slab/button tops. Choosing the right boards and developing the appropriate final shape of the top together.
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Two book-matched walnut slabs.
These slabs were used to form the main part of a peninsula island top. A smaller slab was also incorporated to achieve the final shape
This shows two Walnut slab pieces that were used to make a smaller wood island top.
The tape helps to show the rough shape of the final top.
A group of walnut slabs.
The left slab, marked 'B 83 13', was used to make this bar top.
These slabs both have 'B' on them because they are a book-matched pair.
The 83 indicates the slabs are 83 inches long at the shortest point in the length. The 13 indicates they are 13 inches at the narrowest point in the width.
One of two book-matched walnut slabs. These slabs were used to create a rectangular kitchen island top with dog-ear corners.
The second of the pair of walnut slabs.
Two walnut slabs. These slabs were near each other in the same tree. They were used to create a kitchen island top with a wane edge on one side.
This shows two sets of book-matched Walnut slab "pieces" that were used to construct a 4 piece wood island top.
The island top was shaped per customer specs. It has a large roman ogee edge profile and waterlox satin finish.
This is a large Pecan slab
This slab was used to construct a custom wood island top with natural edges. It has a Tung-oil/Citrus finish.