The Kustom Woodshop specializes in creating functional kitchen art pieces. What is functional kitchen art? The functional kitchen art that we make is one-of-a-kind boards designed for everyday use in the kitchen. It's beautiful and unique (art) but designed for everyday use (functional) in the kitchen.

 

We started by making one-of-a-kind end grain cutting boards (sometimes referred to as butcher block boards) because these were so challenging and rewarding to craft. Then we began to make one-of-a-kind flat grain boards that are frequently used as serving boards or charcuterie boards. And then, because we love cheese, we started to make one-of-a-kind cheese slicer boards (guaranteed to make even your favorite cheese taste just a little more fun).

There is no mass-production in the shop as each board is entirely handmade. And since wood is a natural product, boards end up being unique with variations in grain and color because of the wood's uniqueness.

 

Cutting boards that are currently for sale are located in the STORE page on this site, so please feel free to browse and see what is available. Or if you are thinking about designing your own custom cutting board, I would LOVE to help you create something just for you. If you are interested in seeing what I can do, feel free to look through the boards that have been sold on the DESIGN IDEA PORTFOLIO page for design ideas.

If you have questions or comments about anything you see pictured here or would like to get started designing your very own custom board, please use the CONTACT US button to send us an e-mail. 

 

Each cutting board is a handcrafted work of art. Let me work with you to create your very own work of art.

 

Giving back to Mother Earth...

 

As a way of giving a little something back to the Earth, for each cutting board purchased, we here at The Kustom Woodshop are happy to make a donation to re-plant one tree.  The tree donation will be gifted to the Arbor Day Foundation (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit conservation and education organization) and will be planted in one of America's National Forests, to be determined by the Arbor Day Foundation.