Vintage Chopping Blocks As Art
Recently noticed: Vintage cutting boards as decor in a new restaurant in Copenhagen.
Above: When designing Restaurant Höst, Norm Architects wanted to create an organic environment within an urban setting; achieved by using reclaimed, old materials. Hanging a row of thick chopping boards in various sizes created an unexpected art piece above the rustic table, one that could easily be recreated at home.
Above: A row vintage chopping blocks hang along the wall.
Above: To recreate a similar look, scour your local vintage shop or flea market for chopping boards to reuse. If you’d like to start new, these versions from Canvas feature over-sized holes for hanging and serving. The small Holey Board with a single hole is $52; the large Holey Board with two holes at either end is $72.