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DIY: Pastel Painted Cutting Boards

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DIY: Pastel Painted Cutting Boards

May 9, 2013

Just when we thought we’d had enough of chopping boards, along come these pretty pastel colored blocks of wood. Make your own custom version with a pot of non-toxic paint and a vintage board or slab of wood. See below for sourcing details.

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 Above: Pastel colored boards, spotted on Sweden’s Elle Interior blog.

 Chopping board with color block edge

Above: We like the idea of painting the edges of a board, like these spotted at Hambledon.

West Elm colored boards

Above: Raw Wood Boards from West Elm; pricing ranges from $39 to $89, depending on size.

Vintage French board Etsy

Above: Search Etsy for vintage wood French Style Boards like this one for $53.78.  A less expensive alternative can be found at Webstaurant Store, which offers basic chopping boards that begin at $22.49.

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Above: Real Milk Paint color samples. For an organic, environmentally friendly, nontoxic paint, try Real Milk Paint, which can be mixed with pigment powders to create virtually any color. A 1-pint can is $10.95 from Cliff Spencer.

For more suggestions on environmentally friendly paints, check out our 10 Easy Pieces on Eco Paints.

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