A few years ago I had got these two beautiful antique wooden cutting boards from my husbands nana. I loved the unique shape and colour these boards had. Not to mention their history, I could tell instantly that these boards were well loved and had many delicious meals prepared on them.
I fiddled around a few times trying to find the perfect spot for them, but nothing seemed quite right. Well, as I was cleaning out a cupboard the other day I found the cutting boards again and thought I would try something different with them. I had an empty wall in my kitchen that lacked decor and I thought they could work there. The problem however was that this wall was very long an narrow and two cutting boards didn’t seem sufficient.
I remembered that I had a newer cutting board in my stash that had a similar shape and size. When I hung all three boards on the wall (both new and old) I loved the over all look of the grouping but the newer cutting board stuck out like a sore thumb.
Read below to find out what I used to tie it all together and give everything a cohesive look.