Wood Surfaces in Plato Woodwork Displays at KBIS 2015

From traditional to transitional to contemporary, Plato Woodwork does it all. Plato Woodwork shares the details of their displays that were at the Kitchen and Bath Show (KBIS) 2015 in the attractive pamphlet pictured below. Two of their six displays included Grothouse wood surfaces.

Plato Woodwork display at KBIS 2015 include Grothouse Wood Surfaces
Plato Woodwork display at KBIS 2015

About the Wood Surfaces

The display featured on the cover of the pamphlet included a hand planed Walnut wood counter for the kitchen island. Hand Planed wood surfaces look heavily distressed to mimic the natural, elemental wear of wood that is seen over time. The process in hand planed artistry is done very carefully to assure that the wear does not look “purposeful” or “factory made”.

Hand Planed Walnut Wood Counter for Kitchen Island
Hand Planed Walnut Wood Counter designed by Plato Woodwork

The wood counter features a 1/8″ Roundover edge profile. Plato Woodwork provided us with a sample to custom stain match the counter to. It includes a glaze and was sealed with our exclusive Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Matte sheen.

Plato Woodwork display at KBIS 2015 include Grothouse Wood Surfaces
Plato Woodwork display at KBIS 2015

The next design featured an Ash wood Pastore™ waterfall table. Designers use Pastore™ tables to integrate wood surfaces into their contemporary and transitional designs. They find the addition of the wood surfaces helps improve the warmth and live- ability of any room. Using wood also helps quiet down a room and adds an organic textural element.

Ash wood surfaces designed by Plato Woodwork
Ash Wood Pastore™ Waterfall Table designed by Plato Woodwork

The table was crafted in edge grain construction and includes a 1/8″ Roundover edge profile on all exposed edges and vertical corners. It was sealed with our exclusive Durata® Waterproof Permanent Finish in Matte sheen.

Grothouse is thrilled to have been a part of Plato Woodwork’s displays at KBIS 2015. To see more designs by Plato Woodwork, visit their website or Houzz page.

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