Transform Old Cutting Boards Into These 12 Nifty Items

Who knew cutting boards were so versatile?

By Hometalk Highlights

Or add wooden bowls to them for planters

Cut wood bowls in half and attach them to a vintage cutting board then adhere it to the wall.

Turn them into spinning kitchen dividers

Cut a pine board with slots for plastic cutting boards and fit onto a lazy Suzanne for under cabinet storage.

Repurpose them into Ipad stands

Stain, seal and paint a vintage cutting board and add a bent piece of a metal dish rack as its base. Perfect to use when cooking.

Polish them into pretty rustic trays

Turn a thrift store find into a gorgeous piece of rustic utility. Give it two coats of stain, a sealant, then add metal handles.

Assemble them into funky side tables

Hack your Ikea Frosta stool by adding a cutting board to the top to get your very own gorgeous minimalist side table.

Redo them as coffee mug holders

Upcycle a vintage cutting board into a coffee station. Stain it, stencil it and hang it up with additional hooks for your mugs.

Remake them as rustic clipboards

Add a rustic touch to your office by staining a vintage cutting board, grabbing clipboard clips from a craft store and gluing it. So chic.

Revamp them as herb gardens

Paint over a thrift store cutting board, add a tin can, a tag & swap the decor for herbs.

Reimagine them as hanging jewelry organizers

Grab an vintage wood cutting board with a handle and paint over it. Seal it then add nails as hanging devices. Cute!

Spruce them up as a seasonal tray

Stain them and add wooden dowels to them to get a rustic fall tray for your Thanksgiving centerpiece.

Model them into a vintage pedestal

Copy a Pottery Barn pedestal by adding stool legs to a vintage cutting board and using to prop up milk, coffee, or sugar jugs.

Gift them as a Tic Tac Toe game

Grab a vintage cutting board and paint it over as a Tic Tac Toe game. Mark it off with washi tape & paint with chalk paint.