Santos Mahogany Countertops are extremely unique because the wood specie is not seen often. One special characteristic of Santos Mahogany is that it has a wide variation in color. Santos Santos Mahogany Countertops are typically crafted in Edge Grain Construction.
One of the most common questions we are asked is, “Can Wood Countertops have sinks?” The answer is YES! Designing Wood Countertops with Sinks is no different than designing with any other countertop surface. Read this blog to learn about the most popular sinks we accommodate.
Grothouse has had the honor of crafting a kitchen island countertop for the This Old House® renovation of an 1872 Italianate in the historic Boston suburb of Arlington.
Zebrawood countertops are popular for modern and contemporary styled spaces. Zebrawood got it’s name because of its resemblance to the stripes on a zebra.
Walnut Butcher Block Countertopsare a popular choice for kitchen islands. Grothouse offers two species of Walnut: Peruvian Walnut and American Black Walnut.
This featured kitchen was designed by Bob and Kathy Powers of House Captains, a Fort Lauderdale based firm.