I do like these serving come chopping boards by French product designer Véronique Maire. Her collection of four boards has been produced for the the French Collective y’a pas le feu au lac and was displayed at last month’s French Design exhibition. The wooden boards have slight gradients allowing them to be used as serving boards with a retaining edge or as traditional chopping boards.
Pictured above are three of the four chopping boards with the complete set described as:
The Mini which, for example, allows you to place a glass as well as some peanuts.
The Simple, a real chopping board for the kitchen.
The Double which will allow to display two types of amuse-gueule.
The Triple “Y” for a homogeneous distribution of your varieties of amuse-gueule.
Nope, I didn’t know that amuse-gueule means a single, bite-sized hors d’oeuvre either.
Feel free to browse our store for other wooden chopping boards.