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Countertops and Butcher Blocks

Grothouse Lumber’s skilled craftsmen produce wood countertops and island tops in any shape or layout you specify. Because everything we produce is custom manufactured, you’re not limited to one particular size, thickness, or construction style. Our wood countertops can be configured to fit any particular space, from large, monolithic islands to small galley kitchens to anything in between. We offer:

Our goal is to provide you with one of the most versatile and stylish counters available anywhere. And whether you plan to use your top as a cutting surface for food preparation or simply as an everyday workspace, we have a finish that’s perfect for your every need.

Below are examples of countertops produced by the Grothouse Lumber Company:

End Grain Exotic Mix of Wenge, Zebrawood and Sapele Mahogany with Undermount Copper Sink
End Grain Exotic Mix with Undermount Sink

Flat Grain Cherry with The Original Oil Finish and Apron Sink
Flat Grain Cherry with Oil Finish and Apron Sink

Edge Grain Wenge with The Original Oil Finish and Undermount Sink
Edge Grain Wenge with Oil Finish and Undermount Sink

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Posted April 16, 2014

Kitchen Island Countertop on This Old House®

Custom Wood Kitchen Island Countertop crafted by GrothouseGrothouse 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.
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Upcoming Events

WHEN: April 25, 2014

“Intro to Wood Countertops” Online Training

Intro to Wood Countertops Online TrainingGrothouse offers a one hour NKBA CEU certified course entitled “Intro to Wood Countertops”.

WHERE:
GOTO Meeting
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Posted April 16, 2014

Watch Grothouse on the upcoming episode “Decorative Details” of This Old House®

See the Teak Wood Countertop by Grothouse on This Old House®Be sure to watch Grothouse on the upcoming episode of This Old House®! Grothouse has the honor of being included in the renovation of an 1872 Italianate in the historic Boston suburb of Arlington - Episode 3324 (Season 33, Episode 24) of This Old House® called “Decorative Details.” Learn More About This Project »


Grothouse is proud to have participated in four house renovation projects for This Old House®.