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A Cut Above: Handmade Knife Storage

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A Cut Above: Handmade Knife Storage

Izabella Simmons November 19, 2013

We discovered Canadian designer Geoffrey Lilge and his company OnOurTable via the cutting boards he created for Luce restaurant in Portland. Recently, we were happy to learn that OnOurTable has branched out: it now specializes in knife storage of the highest order. All pieces are made to order in Alberta and typically ship within two weeks.

 

Above: The solid walnut Knife Shelf, a dual-purpose knife rack and wall shelf; $125 CAD. It measures 24 inches by 4 inches by 1.75 inches. 

 

Above: The walnut Knife Block measures 12 inches by 10 inches by 3.75 inches; $200 CAD. 

Above: The walnut wall-mounted Knife Rack in XL measures 24 inches by 2 inches by 1.75 inches; $85 CAD. A smaller version, the Knife Rack, is also available for $75 CAD.

Above: The Cutlery Box, handmade of walnut with a lift-off lid–12 inches by 12 inches by 3.25 inches–is intended for storage of any sort, from knives to jewelry; $200 CAD. 

Above: The Bias Block Large cutting board of edge grain walnut butcher block measures 20 inches by 20 inches by 1.5 inches; $300 CAD. It’s finished in a natural oil-beeswax combination and requires occasional application of mineral oil or cutting board oil. To see more of OnOurTable’s cutting boards, check out: Design Sleuth Charcuterie Boards at Luce in Portland. For orders, 

For more inspiration, browse our galleries of Kitchenware and Tabletop finds.  

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