John Boos Kitchen Islands

John Boos Kitchen Islands

See All Our Brands Since we have scoured the market and to assemble the finest collection of kitchen-oriented brands you’ll find anywhere, we can save you time, money and aggravation. Our knowledgeable customer service agents are almost always available to answer your questions by phone or email. If not, we’ll get back to you promptly. You’ll also want to check out the exhaustive library of answers to FAQs and comparative and how-to guides posted in our Help Center. Plus, we provide over 20 short videos that introduce our most popular brands, product types and top sellers. John Boos, Our Featured Brand, Was Founded a Century Ago Actually, it was John Boos’ father, Conrad, who made the first Boos Block more than one and a quarter century ago, in 1887, in Central Illinois. Those early Boos Blocks were used by blacksmiths, who until that time did their heavy hammering and pounding atop tree stumps. By adding sturdy legs to thick wooden slabs sliced from tree trunks, Boos and his son created a work table perfectly suited for smithies’ rugged chores. When the younger Boos discovered that local Midwestern meat butchers shops had a similar need for an exceptionally sturdy wood work table on which they could chop and pound with abandon, the butcher’s block was born. Over time, Boos & Co. expanded its product line to include everything from cutting and chopping boards to countertops, and even kitchen carts, tables and islands. Next Boos expanded into commercial restaurant equipment – a market which the company now leads. Boos’ Commercial Line Includes Baker’s Tables, Stainless Steel Tables & Enclosed Base Cabinets, Dining Table Tops & More Commercial bakeries treasure Boos-made, maple-top baker’s tables equipped with risers that help keep foodstuff on the table and off the floor, making cleanup quick and easy. Restaurants and delis, as well as industrial and food plants, trust the company’s stainless steel work tables and enclosed-base cabinets, as well as their commercial sinks. And you’ll find Boos dining table tops in eating establishments of all sizes and styles. They come in maple, cherry, oak and walnut and in edge-grain or blended construction styles. Catskill Craftsmen Portable Islands Are Built with Storage in Mind Located in the Catskill Mountains, this industry leader uses yellow birch hardwood harvested nearby in all its products. Their furniture line includes iislands that provide vast storage space; mid-sized workstations with and without drop leaves that expand available work space; microwave carts with and without hutches; and economical basket carts and kitchen trolleys that can make small kitchens more productive. Catskill is also well known for their stunning face-grain cutting boards and end-grain chopping blocks. Kitchen Carts by Chris and Chris Are Uniquely Functional The professional chef duo of Chris and Chris have designed an array of space-saving carts that feature their innovative Chop and Drop sanitary disposal system. You can use this nifty feature – a hole cut in the cart’s work surface – to collect your carvings for immediate or later use, or to gather up scraps left over from your food prep for especially easy, non-messy disposal. Folding Carts & Islands from Oasis Concepts Designed especially for space-conscious cooks, all Oasis products are foldable. Their line includes a 36” x 24” table/desk hybrid, a 40” x 25” table that can serve as either a dining or a buffet table, and collapsible rolling islands and carts as small as 24” x 24” Oasis kitchen furniture that folds is the smartest way to get the most utility out of a tight space. Teak Cutting Boards Made by Proteak Teak is perfectly suited for cutting boards, given its composition. The wood’s high oily-resin content helps it repel moisture, protecting it from warping. If you like teak or are seeking a cutting board with a remarkable look that makes the perfect gift for a gourmet, then be sure to check out Proteak’s collection of teak cutting boards and chopping blocks. Chroma Type 301 Stainless Steel Knives These extraordinary kitchen knives feature a unique handle design conceived by F.A. Porsche – famous for designing the original Porsche 911. Expertly-balanced, they’re especially comfortable to hold and easy to control. Chroma knives are made of Japanese steel, renowned for its structural integrity and incredible sharpness. The blades of these remarkable knives are ground by hand and able to hold their razor-sharp edges longer than regular knives. You’ll find them superior with respect to their looks, functionality and long-lasting prowess. Handsome Knife Blocks by Artelegno Artelegno is an Italian woodcrafting studio famous for their exquisite wood blocks designed for storing and protecting kitchen knives. Their experienced craftsmen use only the finest European beechwood in creating fabulous-looking knife storage solutions. Of course, they offer traditional knife blocks with slots, but their line is so much broader. It includes multi-panel designs with magnets, plus box and paddle wheel configurations that are anything but conventional. Add an Artelegno block to your kitchen and you’ll be hard-pressed to decide which you value more highly – its exquisite looks or its ability to keep knives handy, yet safe and protected. Finding It Difficult to Make Up Your Mind? Give Us a Call. With so many great products, brands and styles to choose from, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Our experts are available during normal business hours to answer your questions and to help you through the decision-making and ordering processes. Or shoot us an email. We’d love to hear from you. Shipping Is Free and Lowest Prices Guaranteed Any order of $75 or more ships free. Our everyday prices can be as much 20% below manufacturers’ suggested retail prices. Plus, we guarantee you’ll pay the lowest price.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

Actually, it was John Boos’ father, Conrad, who made the first Boos Block more than one and a quarter century ago, in 1887, in Central Illinois. Those early Boos Blocks were used by blacksmiths, who until that time did their heavy hammering and pounding atop tree stumps. By adding sturdy legs to thick wooden slabs sliced from tree trunks, Boos and his son created a work table perfectly suited for smithies’ rugged chores. When the younger Boos discovered that local Midwestern meat butchers shops had a similar need for an exceptionally sturdy wood work table on which they could chop and pound with abandon, the butcher’s block was born. Over time, Boos & Co. expanded its product line to include everything from cutting and chopping boards to countertops, and even kitchen carts, tables and islands. Next Boos expanded into commercial restaurant equipment – a market which the company now leads.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

John Boos Kitchen Countertops With choices in end grain and edge grain, Maple, Cherry, Walnut and Oak, John Boos kitchen counter tops are a fit for almost any project. Give us a call at 888-977-3110 for help, or for a quote on custom sizes, shapes, cutouts, edge profiles, and more.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

We can accommodate nearly any request for a custom Boos countertop of specific length and width (thickness options are dictated). You won’t have to wait days for a custom quote, as is the case with other online stores and most brick & mortar kitchen stores. Just visit our page dedicated to made-to-order Boos counter and island tops. Specify your requirements then view your online price quote instantly. You’ll have the option of completing your custom order then and there, or getting back to us later, since we keep all price quotes on file.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

Commercial bakeries treasure Boos-made, maple-top baker’s tables equipped with risers that help keep foodstuff on the table and off the floor, making cleanup quick and easy. Restaurants and delis, as well as industrial and food plants, trust the company’s stainless steel work tables and enclosed-base cabinets, as well as their commercial sinks. And you’ll find Boos dining table tops in eating establishments of all sizes and styles. They come in maple, cherry, oak and walnut and in edge-grain or blended construction styles.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

Many John Boos butcher’s blocks, kitchen tables, islands and carts can be ordered with a colorful painted or stained base. Your options include soothing, subtle colors, as well as more stimulating colors, such as Caviar Black and Barn Red.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

Note: All Kitchen furniture is shipped direct from the manufacturer and will take 4-6 weeks to be delivered. These items are custom made per order and are not cancelable or returnable. Of course, in the unlikely event of a defect, the manufacturer will certainly take care of the problem. Your card will be charged upon ordering.New! A select number of the John Boos items are available with only approximately 1-2 weeks lead time to ship. This reduces the delivery time to 2-3 weeks approximately, instead of the usual 4-6. Qualifying models have “quickship” in the titleAll prices INCLUDE shipping within the lower 48 states(which can be substantial), plus no sales tax outside of California. If you find a lower price from an authorized dealer, call us to order, we’ll beat it by 5%.
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John Boos Kitchen Islands

With choices in end grain and edge grain, Maple, Cherry, Walnut and Oak, John Boos kitchen counter tops are a fit for almost any project. Give us a call at 888-977-3110 for help, or for a quote on custom sizes, shapes, cutouts, edge profiles, and more.

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