Unique Cheese Boards

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Its almost the weekend and you know what that means...time for a dinner party! Which means its time to start planning food displays of course! Okay, so you may not be Martha Stewart, but adding small details can make you seem like you are.
I love a unique cheese board. It can be quite a conversation piece! No, seriously. Most people eat with their eyes first. Food just looks so much more delicious when presented in an interesting way, and this is one way that requires very little skill or effort. So go ahead, get a fun cheese board, relax, and just be your charming self!
My husband and I bought this Maple burl cheese board on Church Street from Vermont Butcher Block & Board Company last summer when we lived in Burlington. Each piece is completely unique. I love it so much!

I found this reclaimed slate cheese board on Etsy. Totally goes with the chalkboard style right now!

These boards are made of olive wood from West Elm. Olive wood has always intrigued me, it just looks so smooth and has beautiful natural grain. 

This Farm Friends Marble cheese board is just for fun. I mean, I love pigs (and cows). Who doesn't?!
I found an Etsy shop that has maple burls similar to mine. So elegant. 

What do you like to have at your dinner parties? Something that is a conversation piece? Something simple that allows the food to stand on its own? Just lots of wine? Tell me about your last dinner party or one that you're planning now! Have a great weekend!

xo kristen genevieve


  1. I just die for cheese!!! Who doesn't? I love those boards. It' reminds me of my time in Paris when I had cheese galore (and paid for it with my weight) ;-) You have a lovely blog!


    1. Thanks! My love for cheese may be greater than my love for gelato. I feel your pain! :) Don't you just love when things at home remind you of traveling?
      xo kristen genevieve

  2. definitely one of the article with most unique shaped slate cheese boards are added here. these cheese boards can itself be a gift for cheese lovers.


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