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10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Cutting Boards with Cutouts for Hanging


10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Cutting Boards with Cutouts for Hanging

March 14, 2014

In my small urban kitchen, everything goes up on the wall: colanders, spoons, spatulas, and now cutting boards. In fact, I’ve had to pass up hand-me-down John Boos cutting boards because they were too wide, too heavy, and well, you can’t hang them all the wall. As a footnote to our previous post on Display-Worthy Cutting Boards, here are 10 boards, all with cutout holes for hanging.

Above: Canadian product designer Geoffrey Lilge’s the Hole Slab Boards are made from FSC-certified North American walnut. Shown here on a restaurant wall are the double-handled Culina Tray ($260 CAD), the XL Ring Board ($250 CAD), the Hole Slab Long Board ($140 CAD), and the Hole Slab Pico Board ($140 CAD), all available from Lilge’s company OnOurTable. For more, see Design Sleuth: Charcuterie Boards at Luce in Portland, Oregon.

Above: From Canvas, the Large Handmade Holey Cutting Board has two holes on either end and is made in the US by Amish woodworkers using a variety of hardwoods (cherry, maple, oak, and walnut); $72 each.

Above: From Joshua Vogel of Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co., the Large Cutting Board with Handle is made of sugar maple and has a medium-size hole in the handle for hanging on the wall; $210 at March.

Above: New from German design company e15, AC07 Cutting Boards are made from untreated European oak or oiled white Carrara marble; contact e15 for ordering information.

Above: Hampson Woods’ London Plane Boards are made from salvaged plane trees and finished with olive oil; they vary in price. Shown here, from left: the Size 1 Board (£35), Size 2 Board (£45), and Size 4 Board (£55). For more details, visit our post, British Roots: Hampson Woods’ Curvy Handled Cutting Boards.

Above: From woodworker Edward Wohl, the Bird’s Eye Maple Cutting Board ($170) and square Maple Cutting Board ($125) are both available through Heath Ceramics.

Above: Objets Méchanique’s 23-inch-long Maple Cutting Board 1.2 is made from cherrywood with a dip-dyed handle; $98 each.

Above: From Fern in Upstate New York, the Nesting Amoeba Cutting Boards feature large cut out holes for hanging. For pricing and availability, contact Fern directly. For more on the designers, see our post Shaker-Inspired Furniture in the Hudson Valley.

Above: Lostine’s Baguette Cutting Boards are dip-dyed in food safe milk paint. Prices range from $98 to $168 from Lostine.

Above: From Herriot Grace in Toronto, the Favourite Board is hand carved from spalted maple wood with a cutout on the handle; $205 CAD.

For spoons that hang on the wall, see Kitchen Art Installation: 8 Display-Worthy Wooden Spoons. For plants on the wall, see all posts about Vertical Gardens on Gardenista, includidng a DIY Living Wall for the Office.

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