Designing | Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Countertops
Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Countertops take many forms at Grothouse. Clients have recycled them for use as vanity countertops, bar tops, kitchen counters and even planter boxes.
Pictured below is a Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Counter made in Flat Grain Construction to be used for kitchen countertops. This Reclaimed Wood Counter was designed by Classic Stone Works, Inc. The counter includes two mitered joints with pre-installed hidden hardware.
Reclaimed Chestnut wood countertops can also take form as a Pastore™ Waterfall countertop. The Reclaimed Chestnut Pastore™ Waterfall Countertop pictured below was designed by KDW HOME Kitchen Designworks. The countertop includes one undermount sink cutout, two faucet holes, and two mitered joints.
As earlier stated, Reclaimed Chestnut Countertops take many forms at Grothouse, including bathroom vanities. The Kitchen Strand designed the Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Bathroom Vanity shown below. This countertop is made in Edge Grain Construction. The countertop is complimented with a Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Backsplash.
Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Countertops | Facts
Reclaimed Chestnut is the rarest reclaimed wood. Reclaimed Chestnut wood countertops by Grothouse are derived from dismantled antique Pennsylvania Barns.
Learn more about Reclaimed Chestnut Wood Countertops and the other Reclaimed Wood Species available at Grothouse.
About The Grothouse Lumber Company:
Established in 1994, the Grothouse Lumber Company has grown to become one of the most technically advanced and creative manufacturers in the wood surfaces market. Our custom-built wood countertops can be configured with a myriad of available options, including 60+ wood species, and 30 edge profiles. Our specially-formulated Durata; permanent finish is one of the most durable and waterproof protective coatings currently available on the market today.