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.
Endgrain Wood Countertops are commonly known as Butcher Blocks. Butcher Blocks are the absolute best surface for an attractive food preparation area.
Grothouse has had the honor of crafting a kitchen island countertop for the This Old House® renovation of an 1872 Italianate in the historic Boston suburb of Arlington.
Iroko Countertops are often used as a substitute for Teak Countertops. They are extremely light in color when initially manufactured, but quickly darken to a honey brown color.
There are multiple answers regarding the Frequently Asked Question, “What is the most common thickness for wood and butcherblock countertops?”
Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Countertops is recycling at its high end finest. It is endorsed by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). Reclaimed Wood Countertops exhibit the natural historical aspects of the originality of the wood. The natural historical aspects convey character and create an extremely unique appearance.
Wenge Wood Countertops have an extremely attractive appearance due to the strong grain and subtle color variation.