We recommend hanging this chopping board in your kitchen when you’re not using it to serve up cheese or chop veggies. Look at the natural wood grain and know that you’re looking at over forty years of history.
About the materials used: Teak wood has been used for centuries by the wealthy because of its durable properties. It’s waterproof, highly durable, and the color darkens over time. Since it takes can take between 40-80 years for a teak tree to be ready for harvesting, the wood you find used in furniture and home goods is often recycled.