Grothouse on TV
Grothouse wood surfaces have had the honor of several television appearances. Grothouse is proud to have participated in seven house renovation projects for This Old House. Below is a summary of each project we have participated in.
Concord Cape Project
Grothouse, along with designer Karen Swanson, designed and created custom wood-matched products including Shiplap Wall Paneling, a Solid Wood Hood, Floating Shelves with Integrated LED lighting, Pantry Countertops, and a Floating Wood Countertop integrated with stone.
Cape Ann Project
Designed by Venegas and Company, Grothouse crafted a series of custom solid wood surfaces for the home’s offices, powder room, kitchen, and mudroom.
Sell It Like Serhant: Coming Unhinged
Real estate mogul Ryan Serhant visits the Grothouse shop in Germansville, Pennsylvania for an episode of Bravo’s Sell It Like Serhant. Ryan learns all about wood crafting in order to help a struggling kitchen and cabinet salesman finally make a sale!
Grothouse crafted a Teak Wood Countertop for the kitchen island in the 2014 Arlington Project of This Old House.
Waterfall Wood Countertops by Grothouse were included in The 2012 Cambridge Project of This Old House. The countertops were an integral part of the kitchen designed by Kathy Marshall of K Marshall Design located in Wenham, MA.
Grothouse crafted a custom Sapele Mahogany Wood Counter for the 2011 Auburndale Project of This
Newton Centre Project
Grothouse crafted a Sapele Mahogany Butcher Block Countertop for the 2010 Newton Centre Project on This
Grothouse crafted a custom Teak Butcher Block Countertop for the 2007 Newton Shine-Style House Project on This Old House®. Donna Venegas of Venegas and Company designed the incredible kitchen space. In addition, Grothouse made a custom table that was stained to match the homeowners treasured heirloom chairs.
Grothouse is proud to continue supporting our local community foundations. For another year in a row, Grothouse will sponsor the Northwestern Lehigh Education Foundation. This...
On April 29th, 2022, the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day, we checked in with owner Paul Grothouse to find out why celebrating and supporting the growth of trees is so significant....
Anvil finished metal countertops with unique details range from nail heads, rivets, edge profiles, expanded corners, engraving, and more.