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Wood cutting boards are the best for your knives, as well as the earth. These salvaged wood cutting boards are even one step up, as they are made from wood scraps.
Have a surfer in your midst? Live near the coast? Even if you answered no to both of those questions, this cutting board would still be beautiful in any kitchen.
These color-blocked Baguette cutting boards definitely update your kitchen with the latest in fashion trends. Available in four sizes, they could easily serve as works of art too.
We really like the addition of 'mise en place' (a French cooking term for having the right ingredients ready to combine in a dish) bowls into this butcher block for getting together all of those prep items for your next feast.
Adorned with a wash of marine blue, this sycamore cutting board is handsome and sturdy — at the kitchen counter or boatside.
Every cook needs a quality butcher block. Invest in one and it'll last you a lifetime. This 3-inch thick one, made in the USA from sustainably harvested solid cherrywood, makes a beautiful and enduring addition to the kitchen.
I think everyone needs at least one great cutting board, and these Heritage cutting boards from Crate & Barrel are classic. I love that they could be used for cutting and as serving pieces.
Heritage Cutting Board
I am in love with this rustic walnut serving/cutting board. It would take center stage with some colorful fruit and cheese on top. It also looks like it has been passed down for generations.
What is a renter to do with less-than-ideal counters in the kitchen? Add a large butcher block cutting board to give your space that bistro look. It will help deter the eye from the counters and lead it to a fabulous wooden board that will be the envy of all.
Don't cut my heart out! This vintage heart cutting board makes it more enticing to be in the kitchen. It is just the perfect touch for the heart of your home.
When you're making salads or cooked vegetables every day, often more than once a day, you need more than enough cutting boards, and in many different sizes. I like simple wooden boards best.
A large cutting board works perfectly as a serving board for cheese or other items. This cherry one will definitely become a go-to board in your kitchen.
These American-made cutting boards are a cute, functional accessory in any kitchen. Order a customized version, or choose an existing design in your choice of wood.
Every time I need to slice a lime or tomato, I find myself hunting for a cutting board. These ones come in several sizes, so a couple of small ones would be perfect additions to tuck into my outdoor entertaining crate.
The handles and substantial size of this board make it a keeper. This manufacturer is the gold standard in butcher block we use their products in kitchens regularly.
Platters and trays often get in the way of frequently used pots and pans. Worry no more! Prevent the crashing and banging with this door organizer.
If you are skeptical about having a marble countertop in your kitchen, opt for a smaller food prep surface, like this marble cutting board.
Even your counter tops can be decked out in style. Bring some preppy to your prep work with the always-elegant houndstooth and monogram.
Show some love! These custom cutting boards are available in multiple wood finishes and will definitely leave a smile on your face every time you use it.
These natural/slate cutting boards are valuable in any working kitchen. Chop or serve on them, or just admire their simple lines.
Bring out the girly side of you in the kitchen with this cheeky cutting board. It's called "Nail-Polish" — love it!
I am so hooked on these gorgeous cutting boards. They're beautiful on display in a kitchen and perfect for making charcuterie for a party.
Most apartments don't come with a cutting board, and you want to make sure to protect your countertops. Pick up a quality small one for the many meals that you can't wait to make and enjoy in your new home.
I love the combination of rustic and contemporary embodied in this round cutting board. It's one you'll want to leave out on display all the time.
I really like the practical (and neat) aspect of this type of cutting board, collecting all of the bread crumbs without a mess, ready to toast or keep in the freezer to toast when you need them.
This feels very classy to me. I might just need to use it as a serving board because it's too pretty to stash in the kitchen with the rest of the cutting boards.
These color-coded mats are genius. I'm a big stickler when it comes to separating out cutting boards for meats and veggies and fruits, and I love that this makes it so darn easy for anyone else in the kitchen to see what's been cut on which mat. Layer them over a cutting board, and voilà!
Color-Coded Cutting Mats
I don't know that I could bear to cut on this darling board, but I would love to display it against the backsplash in the kitchen.
As much as I love my wooden cutting boards, I also have a plastic one on hand for use with raw meat. The best part is that it goes in the dishwasher for sterilization and easy cleaning.
We are a big fan of flexible plastic cutting boards which are so easy to put into the dishwasher and sanitize. While I prefer wood boards for many tasks, I have several of these for use with things like chicken in order to prevent any risk of cross-contamination.
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