Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board
Bois Bread Board

Bois Bread Board

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These handcrafted maple wood bread boards are perfect for cutting and serving freshly baked bread while catching all crumbs. Designed to fit and store in our Poche Bread Bags, our Bois Bread Boards are beautiful enough to present at the dinner table. Handcrafted from USA domestic maple wood, the pattern and shade vary with each piece. The upcycled leather loop is handy for hanging on the wall and provides easy access to pull the board out of the bread bag. Custom made for Aplat in San Francisco. 

  • Medium Bread Board measures 6" x 8" x 0.5"
  • Large Bread Board measures 8" x 10" x 0.75"
  • Extra Large Bread Board measures 11" x 10" x 0.75"

All our wood boards are hand-tooled out of Solid Eastern Hard Maple. The loop handles are upcycled from locally sourced leather remnants.

Hand wash with lukewarm soapy water, then rinse and air dry by placing the bread board on its long edge on a dish rack, or pat dry with a towel.

The bread board comes pre-oiled. To maintain and protect the wood's luster, re-oil as needed by rubbing a food-safe oil on the board to sit overnight. Keep the surface clean and bacteria-free with a regular oil regimen. Not only does oil effectively soak into the wood and keep it smooth and supple, but it also acts as a mild water-repellant. Having a protective layer of oil helps prevent any juice or liquid stains from adhering to the cutting board surface. Wood is a natural, porous material that changes through time. Oiling your board will help sustain it longer. 

Certified Organic

Our preshrunk cotton is certified organic by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) from seed to shelf.

Sustainable Reuse

Our products are designed without hardware or plastics to sustain through everyday use and repeated washings.

Zero Waste

We use all of our production offcuts to create upcycled products and send anything we can’t use to a fiber conversion center.

Locally Made

We make our products just across the street from our design studio in San Francisco, California.