weekly wrap up + geoffrey lilge cutting boards

by Grace Bonney

Today I’m heading back home to Brooklyn. Salt Lake City and the Altitude Design Summit were such a blast, but I’m ready to get home to AC and the cats. Before I hop on the plane and check out into magazine la-la land, I wanted to share these amazing new FSC-certified maple and walnut cutting and charcuterie boards from Canadian designer Geoffrey Lilge. Geoffrey’s work is simple perfection at its best — no unnecessary details, just the pure, simple beautiful of wood. Each piece is hand-finished in Geoffrey’s studio with four coats of natural oil and beeswax and would make for a wonderful host/hostess gift or just a nice treat for those of you who love to cook. Click here to see the full collection and find a stockist near you.

I’m hopping on the plane now, so I’ll see you on Monday! Have a fantastic weekend. xo, grace

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