In 2009 many Grothouse products were published in magazines. To read the articles and learn more, click on the photograph of the magazine cover. Be inspired by the award winning designs our clients have created and then create your own. To obtain photography or expert information, please contact Denise Grothouse at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A laser-engraved Plantation Teak Wood Cutting Board manufactured by Grothouse is in the December 2009 edition of Beautiful Kitchens. The publication accommodated an article on de Giulio Kitchen Design of Illinois.
Wood works – there’s nothing like a Grothouse Custom Wood Countertop to make a kitchen stand apart from the others on the block. In the article is a Wood Bar Top and a teardrop shaped checkerboard butcher block countertop.
Clarke Luxury Appliance Showroom is in an article detailing how specifying appliances correctly will lead to optimum design results and increased profits. Clark chose Grothouse Wood Countertops for their showroom and culinary center.
An Article written by Paul Grothouse “Go green… with wood” – The demand for eco-friendly solutions in today’s kitchen and bath designs has led to an overwhelming array of products that claim to serve that particular niche. One material that is – and always has been – environmentally friendly is wood.
Social attraction article features a Grothouse 5 foot by 9 foot Butcher Block Countertop.
Grothouse crafts extremely large, unusually shaped, and intricately designed wood countertops and butcher block countertops in a wide variety of standard and unique wood species.
Beautiful Kitchens featured a Grothouse wood island countertop in the Summer 2009 edition, in an article on timeless looks in the Kitchen. The Brazilian Cherry Wood Island Countertop was designed as part of an English cottage kitchen.
Kitchen & Bath designer Jennifer Gilmer, CKD, was featured in the Spring edition of Profiles magazine as the winner of the Pinnacle of Design award. Jennifer’s winning design included a Walnut Wood Countertop by Grothouse that was part of a moveable table that could be used either indoors or outdoors on the deck.
Midwest Living’s March/April 2009 edition featured a butcher block countertop that was integrated as part of a bold, bright kitchen design. The two-tone checkerboard block helped tie together yellow and dark brown cabinetry used within the kitchen.
Grothouse is included as a supplier in the Year-Round Guide to Products and Suppliers