From Dual Tablet Butcher Blocks to Op-Art Chopping Blocks

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: May 2, 2014
Chopping blocks in the kitchen are usually items that are hastily stored away when guests come to visit, but what if you could find one that's fancy enough to keep out? These experimental cutting boards explore the limits of design, demonstrating that a plain wood block just isn't enough to help people cook dinner efficiently and in style.

Molly from the Almost Makes Perfect blog shows users how to make their own chopping blocks from a piece of wood, a leather handle and a few brass screws. Not only does this piece look great, but in the end users have a useful piece to hang onto when pick up the design.

These chopping blocks are sure to meet your kitchen needs.