Updated: Nov 16, 2022
When you think of the kitchen, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the counter. It's where we prepare our food and do most of our cooking.
The counter is also a great place to display cutting boards.
In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best ways to display your cutting boards on the kitchen counter.
Use A Cutting Board Holder
If you want to keep your cutting board in good condition, it's essential to store it properly.
One way to do this is by using a cutting board holder.
This will protect the cutting board from being scratched or damaged and also make it easier to store.
There are many different cutting board holders available, so you should pick out one that's adaptive & complimentary to your kitchen.
Use A Wooden Holder
These holders are made from natural wood and have a sleek finish, making it a stylish addition to your kitchen.
Plus, quality hardwood is a long-term investment because it's sure to last.
Using A Silicone Holder
This is a flexible holder that can be bent to fit any size cutting board. It's also heat resistant, so you can use it when cooking.
No matter which type of holder you choose, it's important to make sure that it's stable and won't fall over.
Hang Your Boards On The Wall
There are a variety of ways to display a cutting board, but the coolest way is to hang it on a wall.
To hang a cutting board on a wall, you will need some hooks and nails.
First, find a spot on the wall where you want to hang the cutting board.
Then, use a level to make sure the spot is even.
Next, use a pencil to mark where the hooks should go. Make sure the hooks are evenly spaced apart.
Then, use a hammer and nails to attach the hooks to the wall.
Finally, carefully hang the cutting board on the hooks.
This is a great way to save space on the counter and it also looks really nice. If you have a small kitchen, this might be the best option for you.
Use A Drawer Or A Cabinet
Finally, you can simply put your cutting boards in a drawer or cabinet. This is probably the easiest way to store them, but it doesn't allow for the "easiest" access.
But if you have crazy neighbors who come over and ruin your cutting board from time to time then we suggest storing it in those pretty little cupboards.
No matter how you choose to display your cutting boards, make sure that they are clean and dry before putting them away. Cutting boards can be a breeding ground for bacteria, so it's important to keep them clean.
If you're not using a cutting board holder, make sure to put your cutting boards away in a safe place where they won't get damaged.
We hope that this blog post has given you some ideas on how to display your cutting boards. If you have any other tips or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below! Thanks for reading!