Solid Beech Chopping Boards, made from reclaimed kitchen worksurfaces. Medium & Large are available with or without juice groove on one side.
I try to use every piece of timber, so the boards do vary in size. They are treated with a food safe oil.
- Extra Large | average size 40x60cm | size range 36-40cm x 56-60cm
- Large | average size 30x40cm | size range 26-30cm x 36-40cm
- Medium |average size 24x32cm | size range 21-25cm x 30-35cm
- Small | average size 18x24cm | size range 16-20cm x 22-26cm
- Small Square | average size 20x20cm | size range 18×18 – 21x21cm square
Each board will be 3 to 4 cm thick.
Iroko boards also available from stock, or if you’d like a bespoke size, please get in touch.
Whenever possible in Lifetimber products I use second life timber that has had a previous life as something else, is reclaimed or salvaged or often was waste or offcuts from another project or woodworker. Most of the wood that I use is reclaimed or offcut hardwoods that are naturally slow growing. This timber is always beautiful and often has character that means it was hard for others to use. I always work with the natural beauty of the wood, highlighting, celebrating and enhancing the natural flaws, knots and patina.
The core philosophy of Lifetimber’s process is to minimise waste: I try to make use of every ounce of wood that comes into my workshop, even the sawdust! By considering a Lifetimber product, you will be helping rescue gorgeous wood from an ignominious end.
Obviously, wood is a natural product and Lifetimber celebrates that: if you are looking for conformity, repeatability and laser cut precision then you are probably looking at the wrong product…. but you have read this far! I therefore encourage you to consider a unique Lifetimber product for all the beauty and joy that it will bring.
If you like what you see and have read, but are after a bespoke commission or customised product, then please get in contact with your requirements and I will see what I can do!
Pete – email@example.com
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