How to Build a Butcher Block Table
Add extra workspace to your kitchen with a butcher block table from Design on a Dime.
small table or cabinet
clean damp cloth
2 paint trays
paint (Behr Bayside #510F-5)
butcher block (slightly larger than tabletop)
vinyl or rubber bumper pads
1. Sand down the table with a palm sander to remove old paint and stain. Remove dust with a clean damp cloth.
2. Apply one coat of primer and let dry. Paint the entire table desired color.
3. Place vinyl bumpers on back of butcher-block to prevent sliding.
4. Place the butcher block on top of the table bumper side down.