WoodFluent Studios custom build live edge black walnut bar tops, kitchen islands, shelves and black walnut countertops.
When you’re kitchen is ready for renovation, start small and determine what works best for your space. An upgrade of your kitchen island or the installation of a new one can make your kitchen more functional and enhance your home’s decor. Think of the colors, themes and the needs of your kitchen when deciding on the island or cotertop style you’ve been dreaming of.
The perfect kitchen island size can improve the space available in your apartment or home and give you a reason to visit your custom kitchen more often.
Use a kitchen island to store appliances or pots and pans. Add lighting above the kitchen island to brighten the area when cooking or entertaining friends and family.
We can also make your prep area or serving station mobile with a kitchen island cart. This can be used for food preparation or to get your food and drinks out of the kitchen and into the living space or outdoor area.
A modern custom kitchen with two islands gives you more opportunity to prep, serve, entertain and clean properly. More countertop space with two islands is a creative and efficient way to manage countertop kitchen appliances. This adds lots of extra counter and storage space to complement your wall cabinets and drawers.
Customize your walnut wide plank countertops with a variety of available options.
We can make custom Walnut wide plank countertops up to 1-7/8” thick, 96" depth, and 240" long. Choose from our standard size options or submit a special countertop quote request.
Choose a finish for your countertop and add a stain if desired. We offer various finishes, including food safe options.
The eastern American black walnut, native to North America, grows mostly from southern Ontario, west to southeast South Dakota, south to Georgia, northern Florida and southwest to central Texas.
The white oak is one of the preeminent hardwoods of eastern and central North America. It is a long-lived oak, native to eastern and central North America and found from Minnesota, Ontario, Quebec, and southern Maine south as far as northern Florida and eastern Texas.
Hard maple is usually creamy white with a reddish tinge and usually has a straight grain, sometimes curly or wavy. Very fine brown growth rings give an attractive grain on plain sawn surfaces. Rays are somewhat longer than in Soft Maple.
Cherry wood lumber has long been a popular wood for cabinet and furniture making. Cherry is known as being one of the best all-around hardwoods for workability. It is stable, straight-grained, and machines well.