At Grothouse Lumber, we are seeing a resurgence of Ash Wood Countertops being specified by commercial and residential clients alike.
Wood Countertop Tables are common in many different types of spaces due to their level of functionality. They double as a food preparation space and a dining space.
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. A Shark Tooth Miter adds a unique and edgy element to the design. Shark Tooth Miter Joints have become increasingly popular and have been used in various style spaces.
Custom Stained Reclaimed Wood Countertops are a true piece of history. Reclaimed Countertops can be stained with any stock stains or custom stain matched.
Saxon Wood™ Countertops, Bar tops, and Butcher Blocks are exclusively available at Grothouse. Saxon Wood™ is the first of a series of specially curated woods, hand selected and sourced by Paul Grothouse.
There are two types of Alder Wood Countertops species available at Grothouse: Knotty Alder and Superior Grade Alder. Alder is a common substitute for American Cherry in cabinets and Butcher Block Countertops.
Bolivian Rosewood Countertops are gaining popularity in the design community and are suitable for residential and commercial application.
Grothouse congratulates Blue Bell Kitchens for winning Thermador’s National Kitchen Design Challenge. The space includes a Walnut Butcher Block.
The Medium Double Roman Ogee is an impressive, top-rated Wood Countertop Edge Profile. It is a popular edge chosen for surfaces used in Traditional and Transitional style kitchens and baths.
Light Wood Countertops are naturally very warm, comforting surfaces that can be designed to fit any space. The five most popular light colored wood species at Grothouse are Alder, American Beech, Ash, Maple, and White Oak.