Phil Gautreau’s Reclaimed Wood Bowls Add Rustic Style to the Kitchen

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Phil Gautreau’s Reclaimed Wood Bowls Add Rustic Style to the Kitchen

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Where others see random wood scraps, Phil Gautreau sees an opportunity to create unique and functional kitchen goods. The inventive Brooklyn-based designer collects all kinds of wood castoffs and binds them together to create beautifully striated cutting boards. His organic and sophisticated bowls are carved from large logs of locally-sourced wood and then rubbed with natural beeswax and mineral oil for a food-grade finish.

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7 Responses to “Phil Gautreau’s Reclaimed Wood Bowls Add Rustic Style to the Kitchen”

  1. MarioB says:

    Beautiful works of art…best in show!

  2. Judith Rubin says:

    This artist’s work is just beautiful to look at and to touch. His taste in wood is impeccable and amazing to think he uses random wood scraps. He should be a winner.

  3. Ktb115 says:

    His work is beautiful! Loved his shelves and tables as well.

  4. josephthalken says:

    Great design and I love the use of materials!

  5. sblakely says:

    Absolutely beautiful works of art!

  6. Annette B says:

    Beautifully designed, interesting elements of the wood really come across!

  7. Harold Rubin says:

    It is always difficult to pick a number one in a display of excellent artisan works, but Phil’s creative approach to scrape wood, turning out museum display pieces stand out among these excellent works. Kudos to all, but bravo to Phil for his exceptional artistic skill and at the same time recycling material in an ecological friendly way

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