Natural Cutting boards by bulthaup | w/ Style shoot

With small renovations and some other changes at home going on for some weeks now, cooking an extensive meal is not really on my agenda. I allow myself going out for sushi maybe a bit to often at the moment but overall I still fix a healthy meal almost everyday. Vegetables are still favourite here at home, I mix lots of vegetables when making asian dishes, and I love preparing eggplants in different variations, from a Japanese Miso eggplant to my all time favourite par­mi­gi­a­na.

I can’t wait to redecorate my kitchen when finished. After working with the different bulthaup accessories in natural wood, I love replacing a few daily essentials as well. Some new ceramics and linens and a few wooden pieces that will fit the clean and minimal theme I have in mind.

Wood remains the first choice in the kitchen, especially when preparing food using knives. The maple wooden board shown in our pictures is really heavy and has a great size which is excellent for preparing food and cutting different ingredients at the same time. It will develop an individual patina with daily use, at the same time it is said, ingredients within the maple wood have an anti-bacterial effect. 

This post is written in collaboration with bulthaup | Pictures © w/ Style | Concept w/ Style | Photography Wen van Woudenberg | Styling Desiree Groenendal