A must-have kitchen accessory—any way you slice it! The Navy Marker Stripes Rectangle Cheese Board is made from light natural birch wood that won't look too heavy when integrated into your kitchen decor. The wonderful nautical striped art piece will add a lovely pop of color and coastal style to your space, or would also make a fantastic gift idea for a friend.
The display side is printed with a semi-gloss coat that will pop when displayed on your counter or hung on the wall through the 1 inch round handle. The prep side is a matte natural birch woodgrain.
So fun and so versatile! And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide!
- 10.5" W x 16" L x 1/2" H
- Natural Birch wood
- Natural, wood grain prep side
- Semi-gloss printed art side (art side not to be used for prep)
- 1" hole for handling and storage/ hanging
- Estimated ship date: 5 business days
- Every order custom printed in the USA
Artist: Ninola Design
Ninola is a print design studio based on Valencia, Spain, specialized in create watercolor artworks and patterns designs to make common things more beautiful.
The artist and designer behind the studio is Laura Muñoz Estellés: Laura’s work is the result of a multidisciplinary learning process through fashion, fine arts and textiles. Her artistic talent has been cultivated through years in the fashion industry, by creating patterns for apparel, accessories and product lines.
She aims to create by revealing the potential of a joyful spirit, by setting free the forgotten child that lies within all of us, honestly and without prejudices, figuring out new ways of expression, in a constant search for the non-existent yet, for the unexpected and surprising, the emotion of playing and enjoyment, enthusiasm, the might of colors and the naïve curiosity of innocence.
Painting and illustrating, playing and experiencing with textures and shades, releasing hand in an intuitive and boundless way. Thus the rivers of watercolors and inks are her most beloved way of expression, their randomness and inaccuracy, the inherent element of luck and surprise, making each work unrepeatable, each one a spontaneous order… Where colors flow.