I'd like to replace the countertop of my bath vanity, but don't have the budget for solid surface/granite/marble, etc. But I also don't like the look and feel of laminate. I thought I'd use butcher block instead.
I've done a lot of searching of the various DIY sites, including this one (if I missed a relevant post, let me know) and have found little info as to whether this is a good idea.
My vanity is 16" x 60".
My primary concern is that I'll have problems with expansion/contraction of the material, given that a bathroom has a much greater range of humidity than, say, a kitchen. I don't want to go to the trouble and expense of installing it, only to have it split a year or two down the road.
Advice? I'd especially love to hear from anyone who's used butcher block in a bathroom.