Wood Countertop Blog by Grothouse


Kratos Copper Countertops

Anvil™ Kratos Copper CountertopsThe Anvil™ Kratos finish is similar to a copper-like finish. Kratos copper countertops oxidize and tarnish over time, giving them a unique patina.


Family Sized Butcher Block in the New York Times

Family Sized Butcher Block in the New York Times Family Sized Butcher Block custom crafted by Grothouse was featured in a New York Times article, “The Closed Kitchen Makes a Comeback.”


Grothouse Wood Surfaces in House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year 2016

Grothouse Wood Surfaces House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year 2016Grothouse Wood Surfaces were featured at the House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year 2016 designed by Matthew Quinn. This is the fourth Kitchen of the Year Grothouse has had the honor of participating in.


Engraved Metal Countertops

Anvil™ Engraved Metal Countertops by Grothouse Anvil™ Engraved Metal Countertops by Grothouse allow you to truly personalize your surface with any design.


Custom Sapele Mahogany Countertop in a bathroom designed by Palmer Todd

Custom Sapele Mahogany Countertop designed by Palmer Todd Our Custom Wood Countertops Blog features a bathroom that includes a Custom Sapele Mahogany Countertop designed by Palmer Todd.


Wood Countertop Designs by Matthew Quinn

House Beautiful Kitchen of the Month November 2014 designed by Matthew Quinn Grothouse is both thrilled and honored to be working with designer Matthew Quinn for House Beautiful’s Kitchen of the Year 2016.


Sneak Peek into House Beautiful HBKOTY

House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year 2016 Grothouse countertops will be featured in the House Beautiful #KOTY2016 designed by Matthew Quinn. This marks the fourth Kitchen of the Year for Grothouse!


Types of Sinks in Wood Countertops

Types of Sinks in Wood Countertops The types of sinks that can be included in Grothouse wood countertops are limitless. Sinks can be made in any style and made out of any material.


Small Wood Surfaces

Sapele Mahogany Small Wood Surfaces Typically the general rule of thumb is “go big or go home,” but when it comes to wood surfaces, they don’t have to be big in size to provide functionality and character to a home.


The History of Butcher Blocks

Antique Butcher Blocks The history of wood butcher blocks is not defined.


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