What’s not to love about wood? It’s warm, sturdy, and looks great on the table if you’re into the rustic look. Here are a few neato wooden items for your kitchen, made from sustainably-harvested, reclaimed, and/or scrap bits of trees.

Camper Chic
Take the soul of a felled tree into your home, care of the popular Portland, Oregon housewares store Canoe. These slices of timber industry scraps are put to use as cutting or serving boards – your choice. They’re sealed and food-safe.
Cross Cut Boards, $28

Sleek Seasonings

These salt and pepper containers could double as musical shakers in your band. The salt one is painted poplar, and the pepper one is walnut, both are made of reclaimed wood.
Wood Salt and Pepper Shakers, $56

Not the Same Old Wooden Spoon
Amazing deal (three come in a set!) for what is actually two tools in one: a spoon, and a spatula. They’re made from Bambu, which uses organic, sustainably harvested bamboo from China.
Spoontulas, $18 for set of three

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