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A Cut Above: Handmade Knife Storage

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 20, 2013 01:04 AM
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by Izabella Simmons last modified Nov 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: T he  Cutlery Box , h andmade 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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