Explore food safe, non-toxic & durable cutting boards made from unique Icelandic wood

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Be healthy

Toxic chemicals from conventional cutting boards can potentially contaminate food and contribute to health problems over time. Our food safe & non-toxic boards provide a healthier cooking environment for you and your family.

Eat quality meals without chemicals

Our non-toxic cutting boards are made from natural material - wood - that doesn't leach harmful chemicals into your food, ensuring that your meals remain safe to consume.

Be environmentally friendly

Our wood is sustainably sourced in the biggest forest in Iceland - Hallormsstaðaskógur. Choosing this option reduces your environmental impact compared to boards made from conventional plastics or other non-sustainable materials.

Save money in a long-term

Our handmade wooden cutting boards are crafted from high-quality, durable wood. It makes them less prone to knife marks and scratches compared to plastic cutting boards, meaning they last longer without needing replacement.

Also, by sanding down the surface, you can remove any deep cuts, scratches, or stains, effectively extending the lifespan of the cutting board.

Elevate the look of your kitchen

Natural materials possess an innate ability to infuse spaces with warmth, character, and an undeniable allure. Their unique textures, colors, and organic qualities create an ambiance that’s both inviting and soothing.
Their presence can transform a space, adding depth and a sense of authenticity that synthetic materials often struggle to emulate.

  • - Casa Sanctum

The Man Behind It

Wood and crafting has always been a great part of my life. Since I was little I would help my grandfather on his farm and that’s when I fell in love with carpentry. 

The moment I touch the wood I feel a connection. My mind unconsciously is creating visions of a finished project and will not rest until perfection is reached. It might be a definition of an addiction, but I like to call it passion.

I followed this passion and I’m a forester now, working in the biggest forest in Iceland - Hallormstaður. 

Now I created Reynir Woodcraft to give free rein to my creativity and to put the skills I’ve learnt through all these years to work.

"If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them."