Grothouse American Cherry Kitchen Countertops darken to a deep red brown color over time, a natural color that is notorious in today’s kitchen designs.
Maple Wood Countertops are extremely popular in today’s kitchens. This is because they have an excellent resistance to abrasion and wear, are typically light in color, and are very easy to incorporate into any design.
Custom Walnut with Sapwood Butcher Block manufactured by Grothouse for a kitchen designed by Karen Swanson of New England Design Works
Custom Lyptus Wood Bar Countertops with Synthesis Bar Rail™ for a space designed by Roger Yiengst of Kountry Kraft.
Expanded Corners are a popular feature for Kitchen Island Countertops. Clients with a refined taste typically choose wood countertops with expanded corners for their cultivated kitchen designs.
Grothouse Butcher Block Kitchen Island Tops are beneficial to kitchens. They are welcoming and inviting surfaces to sit at. Butcher Blocks also provide a functional work surface. Because of their ability to be used in so many ways, they naturally become the center piece of the kitchen.
Grothouse has crafted the perfect combination of art and function, Wood Countertop Integrated Bowls. Integrated Bowls offer a secure place to keep items from rolling off the countertop, for example eggs or fruit. In addition, they can be used as an artful display.
There are many different answers to the frequently asked question, “Can you stain butcher block countertops?”
Grothouse Beech Wood Countertops are typically light in color. Their light color is very comforting, giving them the ability to compliment any space, any style.
Wood Countertop Arcs are a common feature for today’s kitchen islands. Arcs and curves add distinctive functional design to wood countertops.