I am loving my new bread/serving boards that have been getting packed up and mailed to new homes. My own kitchen has many as you could well imagine and they are well used. I just do not think you can have too many, perfect for breads, fruits and cheeses just to begin a list, they can be used at almost every meal, from counter to table. The two handled ones are perfect for placing along the center of a dining table or as a star for a rustic buffet style setting, nicely balanced for both looks and to carry a laden tray.
The wood is wonderful that I used for these wide roasted birdseye serving boards, so smooth and rich.
When not in use they are so fabulous just on the counter bringing some warmth of wood and a bit of vintage french decor to kitchens. The large ones below are crafted with beautiful flame birch. Some folks will cut on one side and serve on the other. I love the look of a well used board and do not mind the marks from heavy use.
These rustic breadboards have been a star all summer for personalized wedding gifts, couple gifts and many soon to be brides have opened a gift with one at her wedding shower. A few have had the honor of a wedding cake sitting on it.
The walnut ones are so rustic yet beautiful, I am not sure which ones are my favorites..I so enjoy putting the finish on them and buffing them to a soft sheen, love, love these boards.
A bucket full!!
Every once in a while I will give mine a wash with lemon juice and recoat with some board butter just to keep them looking great. I include a small jar with every board I ship. All these boards are listed in my store, ready to be packed and shipped for the upcoming holidays , perhaps for a Thanksgiving Table.
The beautiful photographs of my boards are the work of the fabulous Heather Ogg, a stylist and photographer right here on PEI. So lucky to have found her at Heather Ogg Photography ,she has saved my sanity and given my work a life of it’s own on the web.
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