Wood kitchen countertop history dates back to the early 1900’s when all things house-related were taken over by an exciting wave of modernization.
A current countertop design trend is pairing a wood countertop with an apron sink. This is a timeless combination that is popular in any style kitchen.
Ryan Serhant came to Grothouse, Inc. in Germansville, Pennsylvania to learn from solid wood experts for his new series on Bravo TV, Sell It Like Serhant.
Walnut Counters with Cove Edges are the ultimate combination of beauty and brawn – a strong, durable wood complete with a bashful edge profile.
The edge profile of your kitchen countertop may seem like a mundane detail, but it can make a huge difference to the look and function of your countertops.
Home & Design Magazine featured a simple and serene condo renovation including a kitchen design with a Grothouse Wenge Raised Pastore Counter.
A popular trend in today’s luxury homes are custom Anvil™ metal counters designed for white cabinetry, especially the cooler-toned metal finishes.
Gold award-winning kitchen in a modern prairie-style home in Grand Rapids, Michigan features a Grothouse Stained White Oak Countertop.
According to a survey recently conducted by RICKI – The Kitchen Think Tank, American homeowners are poised to spend on home improvements this year.
Wood is counter intuitive because it contains all of the most desired aspects of surfacing materials including durability, beauty and low maintenance.