It has been a while since I last did a post on kitchen products, so I thought I'd treat you to one this week. I really do love buying new kitchen accessories. Yep, I know I should want to go out and splurge on shoes and handbags, but sometimes a new teapot, bowl or storage jar can be just as rewarding. Strange? Maybe, but there is something very comforting about buying bits and pieces for the kitchen. Lately I've been treating myself (as well as being given) some chopping boards. Until recently I was always rather lacking in that department. What I like so much about them is that they are as decorative as they are practical, working just as well as a board on which to present and serve food. I plan to hang mine on the wall when not is use, as they are too lovely to be tucked away in the kitchen cupboard.
Below are some of my favourites.
1. Retro Sunflower Chopping Board from David Mason Design, £7.49, www.amazon.co.uk | 2. Blanket Pattern Chopping Board from Roddy & Ginger, £18.00, www.roddyandginger.co.uk | 3. Happy Chopper from All Lovely Stuff, £19.95, www.alllovelystuff.com | 4. Star Cutting Board from Ferm Living, £22.00, www.95percentshop.co.uk | 5. Herring Cutting Board , £19.95, www.prettydandy.co.uk | 6. Animal Pile Cutting Board, £23.50 approx, www.pryldesign.se | 7. Sycamore Baguette Board, £105.00, www.shopfolklore.com | 8. Silicone Preparation Mat, £20.00, www.johnlewis.com