In this article, we’ll describe and show you the difference between IKEA and Hardwood Reflections, available exclusively at The Home Depot®, butcher block.
Price: $50 difference
Length: Same sizes generally – 6’2” or 8’ long
Width: Hardwood Reflections is 25” and IKEA is 25 5/8″
Thickness: Hardwood Reflections is 1 ½” and IKEA is 1 ⅛ to 1 ¾“
Weight: Hardwood Reflections is 65 lbs. and IKEA is 66 lbs., both for 6′ lengths
See It For Yourself
How about we compare both for a project and show you the difference!
We’ll show you a straight cut, 45-degree angle, and a routered edge. You’ll be able to see first hand how both the Hardwood Reflections and the IKEA hold up. On the outside, both products look and feel great. The A and B-sides for Hardwood Reflections are solid wood. The B-side on the IKEA product is covered with paper and the A-side is a nice piece of solid wood veneer.
In the video you’ll see the comparison of birch unfinished and the IKEA pre-finished top.
Want the Cliff Notes?
Hardwood Reflections Butcher Block Comparison
Butcher Block from IKEA Comparison
So if you’re looking for solid wood and something that you can really customize for your project, the choice is clear when choosing between the IKEA option and the Home Depot, Hardwood Reflections countertop product!
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