945 Cutting boards hand made using salvaged Contemporary Home Design Photos

Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks18,680
Questions14
What is the brand and size of the cutting board?
The little circle behind the cutting board, is it a trash bin?
Where can I find the cutting board and what's the price ?
Love that cutting board. Where is it from?
chopping board was made by Robert Mooney Furniture www.robertmooneyfurniture.ie
I can make the cutting boards
I think they have a board like this at Williams-Sonoma made by Boos.
We used a Jura Blue effect porcelain floor tile in a 600x600mm size.
I like the large cutting board
cutting board = The chopping board was made by Robert Mooney Furniture www.robertmooneyfurniture
Great idea for a cutting board
Stylish and easily accessible cutting board option
wherein only a pair of hands is needed to indulge in the beautiful loaf that sits before me, not all guests will appreciate being subjected to such a spectacle. For a more refined method of cutting, a sturdy wood cutting board and quality bread knife will do the job best. The board shown here features a
“Cutting board” — clred1214
Capital Building
3 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
Ideabooks129K
Questions59
This room plays off a white backdrop against textures, recycled timbers and soft grey accessories. Add the faux fireplace and the room is made for sweet dreams! Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au
It is a stunning wide board with texture to the touch
name of the camera used,how can i get it
I want to create a wall with salvaged or recycled wood in
wood and installation was used on the wall?
Hi, we are putting our home on the market in the next few months. We have seen a property, a Bungalow with 3 beds. The thing is the have not made very good use of the space the property
Would you use timber look tiles on the bed wall? I was thinking of using the same tiles on the bed wall as on the ensuite floor. What do you think? The rooms are connected by a galley style wardrobe so you couldn't see both at the same time but I thought I might be easier to use the same product
“Colors. Plain lines.” — claypot5
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
MJ Lanphier
Ideabooks1,697
Questions6
Where can I buy those for boards? Great idea!
what is this floor made out of? brand and color
The pin boards were made custom through a local frame shop. I provided the size, and selected the frame, and they made them for me using cork board as the backing material. I'm sure any local custom frame shop can produce the same result. Good luck!
where are the pin boards from? I am looking
paint, probably spray paint would do for you too) and glue them to the board. You could nail them into the board but not necessarily. and to hang them, Home depot has those little pieces as well.. You would have custom made board.
I really don't know where you can buy those boards but I thing you could make one for yourself.. Order coark planks online, probably Staples might have them and then you can buy mouldings, they can cut them for you as the measurements of the board from Home Depot.. simply paint the moulding ( first
“Bulletin boards” — ltrecroce
Becki Peckham
Modern Home In The Middle Of St. John's
Ideabooks2,288
Questions7
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the stainless sink? Is the wooden cutting board made for the sink?
a drop over cutting board x 2 with finger pull
Natura paint; I used this zero-VOC formula to paint while I was pregnant, and it went on like a dream. Decorators White is THE classic white paint. — Laura Gaskill
“Kohler stages sink” — missyspeer
Mascheroni Construction
9 Reviews
Haight Ashbury
Ideabooks14,133
Questions12
Love that kitchen cart! Was it custom made?
Yes, it was custom made by our cabinet fabricator. JR Woodworks (707) 588-8255
roll out - use in desk area
Hideaway Butcher Block Cutting Board on Small Kitchen Island Cart _ Haight Ashbury - Traditional - Kitchen - San Francisco - Mascheroni Construction
Neat idea a push around cutting board I think it may be too low
cool idea is this better than having a cutting area?
Pull out cutting board/cabinet gives extra counter space in smaller kitchens
be wheeled around the kitchen and then pushed back into place, flush to the wall. Tip: Consider a built-in drawer for the cart to organize frequently used knives.
“movable drawer” — eymi
SF Architecture
Kitchens
Ideabooks92,822
Questions26
I love the look of the high gloss cabinets. What are they made from? Back-painted glass? Other?
Have ANY of Your friends Torqued You Off by Cutting on the Tree Slab?
I have an old 2" natural slab board that we uncovered in my mid 1800's house that I want to use as a top for a half wall. How did you treat this wood, with an oil? How did you deal with the rough edges on it. Thanks
What are the white countertop surfaces made of? Thank you!
Are these images/photo free to download and use free of charge ?
Perfect timing for this photo, thank you! This is exactly what we're hoping to do in our kitchen next week. What type of stain did you use for this wood slab? What type of wood is it? How did you attach it to the island?
“Love the top to the island” — kricketshaw
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Chestnut Hill kitchen
Ideabooks11,531
Questions9
What is the name of the granite used on these counters?
is actually salvaged slate from an old school, not paint.
cabinets what are they made of?
Built-in chalkboards. Would need them to extend further toward the ground for small children to use.
Often used in laboratories for its resistance to stains, chemicals and bacteria, soapstone is a durable and natural
Soapstone Kitchen Counters Often used in laboratories for its resistance to stains, chemicals and bacteria, soapstone is a durable and natural choice for a kitchen
Soapstone Kitchen CountersOften used in laboratories for its resistance to stains, chemicals and bacteria, soapstone is a durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square
“soapstone c-top” — szaman13
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Algoma Retreat
Ideabooks17,976
Questions12
Did you cut the ends of the barn wood so it butted together without gaps?
I guess I was unclear in my previous question. I am referring to the top and bottom of horizontal boards - how were they milled? were they
they just left raw or milled to hide the nails? or were they straight cut so fit together smoothly? I am purchasing barn wood and would love for it to fit together in the same way your photo does. If I leave raw I will have to paint the wall behind.
What type of wood & color of stain is used here, is it knotty alder?
The specs on all the gas fireplaces I have seen state not to use a combustible material like wood within about 60" yet it appears I have
reclaimed barn board with a ship lap profile, all milled to the same thickness of 5/8" and of course, it must be kiln dired for interior use. We offer widths of 3"-6" or 4"-8" in a random mix. The boards fit together beautifully, making the installation a breeze! We ship our barn board all over the United
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