A knife block is one of those kitchen essentials you don’t really think about until you’ve stuck your hand into a drawer full of metal blades and realized that having your knives safely tucked away might be a good thing. When you finally do, give this beauty a look. Completely sustainable, it’s handcrafted from a single block of walnut with a Canadian Maple inlay with a beeswax and orange oil finish to highlight the grain of the wood.
It has a rugged, simplistic look that would fit in any man’s kitchen and not give it too much of a Martha Stewart feel. So get your steak knives out of the drawer and show them off in this. Your fingers will thank you.
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