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I bet you could do this with existing cutting boards...use a little bit of food-safe stain on your board and seal with mineral oil. I think you'd have to tape your edge off and score the wood a bit to keep the stain from bleeding through. A good experiment at the very least.
A beautifully renovated Brownstone in Clinton Hills, New York. It looks so graceful with the cream, black & white backdrop, pops of beautiful blue in the kitchen & study and a natural lime-wash on some of the walls. Large black-framed windows, gorgeous...
Great advice - "here’s a little tip for those of you that are having new countertops installed – ask the fabricator to make you a custom cutting board out of the countertop remnants, like the portions cut out for the stove and sink. You’ll have a gorgeous (and indestructible) cutting board that will blend in so perfectly with your countertops that you can leave it out all the time!"