Wood Countertops with Shark Tooth Miter Joints were unveiled by Grothouse at the 2012 House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year designed by Mick De Giulio. The main kitchen included a large island with a Wenge Wood Counter with Shark Tooth Miter Joints. The Shark Tooth Miter highlighted Mick’s attention to personalization and detail.
A Joint is where two countertops come together to become one. Typically, on most countertops a joint is a straight line. A Shark Tooth Miter adds a unique and edgy element to the design.
Wood Countertop Shark Tooth Miter Joints | Design
Designing Wood Countertops with Shark Tooth Miters is fairly simple. Any wood countertop crafted in Edge Grain and Flat Grain Construction can include a Shark Tooth Miter. Wood Countertops with Shark Tooth Miters can be finished with Grothouse Original Oil™ or Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish. Shark Tooth Miter Joints have become increasingly popular and have been used in various style spaces.
The Transitional space designed by Mick De Giulio for the 2012 House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year included a Wenge Flat Grain Wood Counter with a Shark Tooth Mitered Joint. This counter is sealed with Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Satin sheen.
Auer Kitchens designed the Traditional space pictured below. This space includes a Walnut with Sapwood Countertop crafted in Flat Grain Construction. The countertop includes two Shark Tooth Miter Joints. It is sealed with Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Matte sheen.
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