Which Wood – Red Birch

Red Birch is the heart wood of the Yellow Birch Tree and anyone who knows Sandy…knows this is one of her favorite wood types.  Why? It offers great color in it’s natural tone and it doesn’t darken and deepen in color like Cherry Wood does. So, if the natural tone you get initially is what you like? You are all set!

Red Birch with Butcher Block Conditioner

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Let’s Accessorize

Starting with the Preston!

The Preston

The Preston cutting board, shown in maple – walnut. 16″ x 22″ x 1 1/8″ radius corners and drip edge all around. Purchased as a gift for a client by our friend Jeremy Parcels from SW Kitchens in Florida. Happy clients are what it’s all about, and these folks were very happy. Happy with their new kitchen of course and their gift made it into the photo shoot!  How cool is that?

Interested in a Preston for yourself or a gift?  You know who to call and I don’t mean maybe! Here are a few more wood choices to consider.

The Preston in Walnut

The Preston in Walnut

The Preston in Reclaimed White Oak

The Preston in Reclaimed White Oak

The Preston in Red Birch

The Preston in Red Birch

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Cutting Board Design gets a Name

Introducing the “Preston” Cutting Board, our first special order. We have decided to name it after the designer, since it will be offered as a standard available option. Shown here sanded up and ready for finish.  16″ x 22″ x 1 1/8″, radius corners and drip edge all around, but only on one side.  It’s reversible!
Walnut is the wood choice and the Butcher Block Conditioner not only seals and protects the board, it also brings out the character in the wood grain. So pretty!
Do you agree? We love it and hope to sell many more (and keep one for us of course)!
We have since sold another, based on this design.  Red Birch is the wood choice, which has a slightly less material cost than Walnut, per board foot.
Beautiful! 
All the cutting boards we offer are hand made by the husband…no buyins.
In need of a cutting board for yourself or a gift?  You know who to call…
Thank you for stopping by, comments welcome!