Available in three styles, the new bamboo tabletops and countertops from Teragren provide a sustainable surface for retail and hospitality applications. Strand countertops feature a chestnut face with a vertical-grain core (above), while the End-Grain Strand variety is available in wheat or chestnut with a burl-like pattern. Both Strand options are engineered using Xcora technology, making them 154 percent harder than red oak. The Traditional countertop features a vertical-grain face with a bacteria-resistant, formaldehyde-free surface. teragren.com

Available in three styles, the new bamboo tabletops and countertops from Teragren provide a sustainable surface for retail and hospitality applications. Strand countertops feature a chestnut face with a vertical-grain core (above), while the End-Grain Strand variety is available in wheat or chestnut with a burl-like pattern. Both Strand options are engineered using Xcora technology, making them 154 percent harder than red oak. The Traditional countertop features a vertical-grain face with a bacteria-resistant, formaldehyde-free surface.
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