Raw yet refined; our current favorite kitchen implements from a new wave of woodworkers. (N.B. Their work sells out fast, so in some cases you’ll need to get on a waiting list.)

Above: We’re admiring the footed Small Maple Bowl from Victoria, BC-based woodworker Elise McLauchlan; CAD $60.
From Kingston, NY-based Blackcreek Mercantile, exclusively at March in SF, the White Oak Tray is ideal for serving drinks, charcuterie, or for holding mail and keys; $900.
Above: From Kingston, NY-based Blackcreek Mercantile, exclusively at March in SF, the White Oak Tray is ideal for serving drinks, charcuterie, or for holding mail and keys; $900.
From Rhinebeck, NY-based Sawkille (a Remodelista favorite), the Round Cutting Board with Small Bowl is $5 and is available in walnut or oak, with an ebonized or natural finish.
Above: From Rhinebeck, NY-based Sawkille (a Remodelista favorite), the Round Cutting Board with Small Bowl is $235 and is available in walnut or oak, with an ebonized or natural finish.
A new discovery from the UK (thanks to our correspondent Kendra Wilson): the work of Flavell Trading in Rutland, in the East Midlands. Among their offerings; the Egg Trug in blackened oak (£49) and the hand-turned Solvig Candlestick in blackened oak (£39).
Above: A new discovery from the UK (thanks to our correspondent Kendra Wilson): the work of Flavell Trading in Rutland, in the East Midlands. Among their offerings; the Egg Trug in blackened oak (£49) and the hand-turned Solvig Candlestick in blackened oak (£39).
The Blonde Chunky Sycamore Scoop from celebrated UK woodworker Luke Hope is £0.
Above: The Blonde Chunky Sycamore Scoop from celebrated UK woodworker Luke Hope is £150.
The Medium Walnut Cutting Board from upstate NY-based Brian Persico is $data-src=
Above: The Medium Walnut Cutting Board from upstate NY-based Brian Persico is $125.
Usable sculpture: The Large Rolling Pin from Blackcreek Mercantile is available in blonde or ebonized wood; $0 from Blue Hill Market.
Above: Usable sculpture: The Large Rolling Pin from Blackcreek Mercantile is available in blonde or ebonized wood; $230 from Blue Hill Market.
Azmaya Pentagon Chopsticks are handmade by Japanese artisans using local materials, the Azmaya Pentagon Chopsticks fuse tradition and modernity.
Above: Azmaya Pentagon Chopsticks are handmade by Japanese artisans using local materials, the Azmaya Pentagon Chopsticks fuse tradition and modernity.
The finely detailed, solid maple Honey Board from Brooklyn-based artisan Allison Samuels of Two Tree Studios is $84.
Above: The finely detailed, solid maple Honey Board from Brooklyn-based artisan Allison Samuels of Two Tree Studios is $84.
Made in Slovenia by Matija Rižner, the Wooden Salad Server from Permanent Collection is made from sustainably harvested pear wood; $0 for a single spoon and $0 for a pair.
Above: Made in Slovenia by Matija Rižner, the Wooden Salad Server from Permanent Collection is made from sustainably harvested pear wood; $100 for a single spoon and $200 for a pair.

For more Remodelista 2020 gift guides, see:

Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: Good-Looking Utilitarian Goods

Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: 15 Surprises for the Eco-Minded Aesthete

Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: Gifts for the Home Fragrance Snob

Remodelista Gift Guide 2020: Cookbooks to Give (and Cook From) This Winter

Holiday Gift Guide 2020: For Beloved Dogs & Cats

Remodelista Holiday Gift Guide 2020: The 11 Best Design/Architecture Books of the Year

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