Where there is Hay, there must be a field. This is what the designer Shane Schneck might have thought when he designed the Field chopping board for the Danish manufacturer. And indeed: The structure of the chopping board reminds us of a ploughed field with its parallel grooves.
The grooves of the Hay Field chopping boar don’t only look unusual, but they also have a practical utility: Crumbs or grains of the cut bread won’t end up on the table or the floor, but remain inside of the board. And since the grooves end up where the board ends, it is easy to free the board from grains afterwards.
Hay produces the Field chopping board out of massive beech wood. This doesn’t only make up the noble design, but also the noble material in order to use the chopping board as serving board as well. The Hay Field cutting board is also available in different forms.Also in our blog:
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