Surfaces + Coverings

Completing an interior design project requires surfaces of many types, formats, and colors. From flooring and tiles to countertops and wall panels, find all the surfacing materials you need for your next project.

THE GROTHOUSE LUMBER CO.  Solid wood surfaces are available as countertops, bar tops, and even sinks in more than 60 species, including walnut and Brazilian cherry. Green options include FSCcertified lumber. The product can be waterproofed with a Durata sealant or finished as a functional food preparation surface.

THE GROTHOUSE LUMBER CO.

Solid wood surfaces are available as countertops, bar tops, and even sinks in more than 60 species, including walnut and Brazilian cherry. Green options include FSCcertified lumber. The product can be waterproofed with a Durata sealant or finished as a functional food preparation surface.

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Feb 5, 2017
The reclaimed wood and building material industry goes back nearly a half century, but today it’s bigger than ever, whether it’s recycled wood for home remodeling, custom cabinets, or one-of-a-kind furniture. These firms are leading the charge.
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Dec 7, 2016
Lea Ceramiche Waterfall tile

Shown: Lea Ceramiche Waterfall

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Dec 7, 2016
Silestone by Consention Quartz countertop

Silestone Nebula Code.

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Oct 24, 2016
Cosentino Dekton Trillium countertop

Dekton by Cosentino

Trilium is the first recycled color within the manufacturer's Dekton line of ultra-compact surfacing. Made up of 60 percent post-industrial recycled content from the company’s own production process, the product draws inspiration from the industrialized look of oxidized steel, with a rusted effect that is smooth to the touch. It can be used indoors or out. 

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Aug 31, 2016
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