Our end grain cutting boards, our own design we call it "Chaos" because it looks like it is chaos ... a digitize image if you will. No real pattern but unique all in it of itself. All different variety of hardwoods and all natural colors. All our "chaos" cutting boards are very similar in design, but very unique in it's patterns. No two end grain "chaos" cutting boards are alike.
Gravy channel only offered on 18" x 12" and 20" x 15" size at no extra charge.
Completely handmade, durable, eco-friendly and completely sustainable. Made in San Francisco, California. If you follow our simple care instructions on how to take care of your cutting board, it will last you for years!
What's the difference between edge and end grain? Edge grain is the “side” of the board. End grain is the end of the board. End grain tends to be a harder surface and great for your knives.
Mac Cutting Boards creates our cutting boards from repurposing and upcycling unused scrap hardwoods that we source throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Wood workers that install molding, flooring, kitchen remodeling, home build outs even lumber yards all have these end pieces of unused scrap hardwoods that were cutoff from a project.
We typically carry walnut, maple, cherry, birch, oak, mahogany and ash woods to create our cutting boards. The colors you see on our cutting boards are the natural colors of the wood. No staining by us whatsoever. Can you imagine? The tree has these colors underneath the bark? These colors will never fade on you. Each piece of wood is cleaned up, straightened and sanded down in order to glue these pieces together to make a solid board.
Mac Cutting Boards will make our best efforts to get as close as possible to the design you see when you place your order. We do, however, guarantee the size of the board and the craftsmanship that goes into making the cutting boards.
If this product is out of stock, please allow 2-3 weeks to create this product for you. All our cutting boards are made to order. Leave a review and tag us on Instagram and/or Facebook. We would love to hear from you guys!