Edge Grain Wood Countertops
GROTHOUSE MANUFACTURES A VARIETY of Edge Grain Wood Countertops.
In an Edge Grain Wood Countertop, the wood pieces are laid out with long strips running lengthwise along the top. The strips are continuous with no joints, unless the length of the top is excessive. The Wood Countertop Design Guide contains more in depth information about the Edge Grain construction style. Edge Grain Wood Countertops can be finished with Durata® Permanent Finish or treated with Grothouse Original Oil. The photos on this page are provided to represent the variety of color tones nature provides within each wood specie.
Edge Grain Wood Countertop Advantages
- Edge Grain construction style is very stable, which makes a great surface for countertops.
- Edge Grain wood countertop surfaces can be completely sanded and renewed if treated with Grothouse Original Oil.
- This is typically the least expensive construction style available.
Designing with Edge Grain Wood Countertops
Edge grain wood countertops are commonly used for kitchen island countertops. They can also be used for bathroom vanity countertops, bathtub surrounds, cutting boards, kitchen tables, and bar tops. Wood Countertops can be designed for any room, any style. To see photos of installed Edge Grain Wood Countertops, visit the Grothouse Inspiration Gallery. Edge Grain wood countertops must be a minimum of 1-1/2″ thick in order to be covered under our lifetime warranty. There are no maximum thickness, length or width limitations.