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Grothouse Walnut Wood Countertop Table is in the NKBA 2009 Pinnacle Award Winning Kitchen designed by Jennifer Gilmer.
No Limits! From exceptionally long counters to multi level island tops, the experts at Grothouse produce custom wood countertops. With more than 20 stock wood species offered in three different construction styles, they have the “original green countertop.”
Grothouse custom-built wood countertops, butcher block countertops, bar tops, and tables. They can be configured with a myriad of options, including 60 beautiful wood species.
Mick DeGiulio’s designs feature a Grothouse wood cutting board that slides over the sink to extend the counter space. Grothouse engraved the boards with the De Giulio name.
A stained Cherry Wood Counter with Grothouse’s signature Super Double Roman Ogee Edge profile was in the June edition of Kitchen & Bath Ideas. The wood counter, which was custom stained to match surrounding cabinetry, was part of an overview of popular countertop surfaces.
Grothouse unveils the Paul Grothouse Collection of solid wood tables and food preparation wood surfaces. The collection includes three distinct classes of custom tables.
In the April issue of Veranda magazine a Grothouse Sapele Mahogany Butcher Block Countertop is included in a Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry ad.
The March edition of Kitchen & Bath Design News entailed one of Grothouse’s Teak Butcher Block Countertops in an article on countertop trends.
A Sapele Mahogany Wood Butcher Block Countertop Island was in the January / February 2010 edition of This Old House magazine. The butcher block countertop was a part of a budget renovation located in Newton Centre, MA. The 1915 Dutch Colonial Revival was completely renovated as part of the 30th anniversary season of This Old House.