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The Art of Display: 10 Rooms with Cutting Boards as Decor

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 28, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Mar 27, 2015

Too attractive to hide in the drawer: wood cutting boards of all shapes and sizes. Here's a roundup of ideas for displaying your collection. Above: Vintage cutting boards in a summer house in Umbria from  Elle Decoration  via  Style Files . Above: Spotted (and admired) on  SF Girl by Bay : the SF photo studio of  Leigh Beisch , who collects cutting boards and other props for her work as a food photographer. We love the way she puts her collection to work as art installation in her studio dining area. Photograph by  Cindy Loughridge . Above: Cutting boards as decor in the Brooklyn kitchen of Danielle Arceneaux (see more at Reader Rehab: Danielle's DIY Kitchen Remodel for Under $500 ). Above: A wall of cutting boards at the Norm Architects–designed Restaurant Host in Copenhagen (see more at The Viking Table Reimagined: Restaurant Host in Copenhagen ). Above: A display of cutting boards in a kitchen designed by architect Massimo Castagna (see more at Bella Cucina: 8 Best Italian Kitchen Systems ). Above: A selection of cutting boards from Toast in the UK. Toast currently offers Seasoned Oak Chopping Boards ; £49 ($72.80). Above: Cutting boards by Canadian designer Geoffrey Lilge adorn the walls at Luce in Portland, Oregon (see more at Design Sleuth: Charcuterie Boards at Luce in Portland, OR ). Above: Cutting boards hanging from S hooks in a kitchen via Hunch Living . Above: Wood cutting boards made by  Blackcreek Mercantile . See the company's latest in  Blackline Collection . Source your own Cutting Board collections: 10 Easy Pieces: Display-Worthy Cutting Boards Steal This Look: A Well-Stocked Modern Kitchen 10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Cutting Boards with Cutouts for Hanging DIY: Pastel-Painted Cutting Boards   More Stories from Remodelista The Japanese Art of Sashiko Stitching Blank Slate: Wall-Mounted Kraft Paper Now Online: Erica Tanov's Home Collection






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