Dickinson Woodworking

Beautiful Boards

Kiyomi and Aaron Dickinson began making handcrafted cutting boards in the 1990’s in their garage in Indiana. They have since graduated to a proper woodworking studio where they are still at work making bread and cutting boards from start to finish. The bread board and double-sided cutting boards (with a handy grooved surface to corral juices) all start with locally sourced and sustainably harvested hardwoods, like maple, white oak, coffeenut, ash, and cherry. The color and grain of each one is showcased in the Dickinson’s distinctive striped design, and results in an attractive piece that easily moves between the kitchen and table. With the right care—like hand washing and seasoning it with oil—these boards can last for years.

Dickinson Woodworking

Handcrafted Cutting Boards

Beautiful Boards

Kiyomi and Aaron Dickinson began making handcrafted cutting boards in the 1990’s in their garage in Indiana. They have since graduated to a proper woodworking studio where they are still at work making bread and cutting boards from start to finish. The bread board and double-sided cutting boards (with a handy grooved surface to corral juices) all start with locally sourced and sustainably harvested hardwoods, like maple, white oak, coffeenut, ash, and cherry. The color and grain of each one is showcased in the Dickinson’s distinctive striped design, and results in an attractive piece that easily moves between the kitchen and table. With the right care—like hand washing and seasoning it with oil—these boards can last for years.
Dickinson Woodworking
Handcrafted
Independent Maker
Made in the USA
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Quick Questions

What hardwoods are used in making these boards to give the distinct striped appearance?

Maple, walnut, cherry, white oak, tulip poplar, black locust, coffeenut, and ash.

How do you care for the boards?

Season your board with food grade mineral oil or coconut oil bi-weekly, as needed, or when the color looks "faded" (which means it's dry) to keep the board from drying out as needed. Buff with soft dry cloth after applying oil.

Learn more about the products

Handcrafted Bread Board see details Handcrafted Grooved Cutting Board see details Round Handcrafted Grooved Cutting Board see details

Dickinson Woodworking

Handcrafted Cutting Boards

Beautiful Boards

Kiyomi and Aaron Dickinson began making handcrafted cutting boards in the 1990’s in their garage in Indiana. They have since graduated to a proper woodworking studio where they are still at work making bread and cutting boards from start to finish.

The bread board and double-sided cutting boards (with a handy grooved surface to
corral juices) all start with locally sourced and sustainably harvested hardwoods, like maple, white oak, coffeenut, ash, and cherry. The color and grain of each one is showcased in the Dickinson’s distinctive striped design, and results in an attractive piece that easily moves between the kitchen and table. With the right care—like hand washing and seasoning it with oil—these boards can last for years. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

What hardwoods are used in making these boards to give the distinct striped appearance?

Maple, walnut, cherry, white oak, tulip poplar, black locust, coffeenut, and ash.

How do you care for the boards?

Season your board with food grade mineral oil or coconut oil bi-weekly, as needed, or when the color looks "faded" (which means it's dry) to keep the board from drying out as needed. Buff with soft dry cloth after applying oil.

Learn more about the products

Handcrafted Bread Board see details Handcrafted Grooved Cutting Board see details Round Handcrafted Grooved Cutting Board see details