- wood cutting board
- use in kitchen, or serving
- food safe finish, easy to maintain
- non-skid bumpers on base
- handsome style, decorative legs
Log Cutting Board. This unique wood cutting board measures 18"L x 12"W x 5"H. We beveled the edge of the hard maple top to dress it up. Then we used rustic Colorado Aspen logs to create the base. As with all our cutting boards, we apply a long-lasting food safe finish to protect the wood and keep it looking new for a long time. See About Our Finishes below.
The Log Cutting Board makes a great gift for someone who loves log furniture or log cabins. The logs have a natural distress with attractive coloring and checking.
We harvest from dead standing Colorado Aspen trees from the Rocky Mountains to get logs that have their own unique character with natural checking, worm holes and other distress caused by nature. All of our Aspen Log line is produced from logs that have reached Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC). That means it is stable and will not continue to change (the checking or cracking) in a controlled environment like the inside your home.
Why not take your cutting board out of the kitchen with style? You can use this for cheese and crackers with your next wine tasting.
Stock photo used. Your cutting board will be just as beautiful, guaranteed. Accessories not included.
CUTTING BOARD CARE:
Wood cutting boards can last indefinitely with a minimum of care. When needed, rub with food safe mineral oil to rejuvenate the wood and maintain cell structure. (Don’t use cooking, furniture, lemon, orange, olive oils; or Murphy’s Oil Soap because they may become rancid or tacky.)
About Our Finishes.. We use natural ingredients because they are food safe.
Our “Aspen Mountain Log Cabin” products are designed by Randy Rasmussen. His inspiration is Thomas Molesworth, a western furniture maker of the 1930’s whose legacy is timeless cowboy and western furniture decor.
Using Aspen logs which are hand-peeled and then split, enhances the natural warm tones of the Aspen. Randy’s technique of applying the “half-log pickets” requires hand fitting of each piece to create a pattern of color and texture.