I’m having a thing about…wooden platters

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All mango wood platters featured above, Sainsburys (some not online, but all in store)

What’s that, you say? Wooden platters? What? Yes! I have a serious thing about them.

In fact, I’m now planning areas of the kitchen (when we can afford to get it done), where I am considering showcasing such things.

Rather like these rustic collections.

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Images: Welke | 101Deer
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Images: Detuinkamer | Facilisimo | Bloglovin

I’m a big fan of unusual collections (I’ve written about it before here) and I love the fact that quite ordinary pieces can be collected and used together in a creative way.

Rather than trawling junk shops or eBay, I have found some amazing mango wood platters (some with marble detail!) that look fantastic as a collection – and they’re all by Sainsburys.

I’ve got the ones in the shots here, the Marble Pebble Board (middle, £18), the Long Two Tone Paddle Board (bottom, £16) and the by Sainsbury’s Marble & Acacia Long Board (top, £16) and am delighted with all of them. They look super expensive – and work so nicely altogether.

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If you’re like me and find Christmas party canape arrangements a bit of a conundrum, worry no more.

I’ll be laying all my party food / bread / pizza slices and cooked meats out on this little collection.

And in the meantime, they will be artistically arranged in the kitchen!

 

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platters3 The wooden boards as seen at the Sainsburys press day

 

 

  • Comments ( 3 )

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    Cheryl

    Must say they are rather lovely, got the paddle one a few weeks ago, purely for decoration of course ! 😉

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      Erica

      Decorations with purpose – it’s a thing! x

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    Nicola

    Gah! Put one in my online basket and they sold out there and then! Have they only gone online today? Must be your influence Erica! x

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