These aren’t your grandmother’s wooden bread bins (the kind with an old-fashioned rolltop lid). The new versions have clean lines and a thoroughly modern look. In addition, many of them have a cutting board integrated into the lid design.
Here are eight favorites.
Above: Skagerak’s oak Norr Bread Box has leather handles and a lid that functions as a cutting board when flipped over; $179 at Amara. Above: The Carter Wood Bread Box is made of alder wood and has soft corners and inset handles. The underside of the lid is a grooved cutting board; $59.95 at Crate & Barrel.
Above: The Colorful Bread Bin by Pedersen & Lennerd doesn’t have a cutting board but the door does flip up to double as a cookbook stand. It also comes in green, yellow, and red; $90 at Valley Variety. Above: The Panda Wooden Bamboo Bread Bin features a top that, surprise, doubles as a cutting board; £40.00 at Habitat. Above: Verso Design’s birch Koppa Bread Box can be used to store other food items as well. Or move it into a different room to hold toiletries, office accessories, and more; $99.05 at Finnish Design Shop. Above: Made of sustainable bamboo, the door of the Null Bread Box flips down to become a cutting board; $55.99 at AllModern. Above: A bread box from one of our favorite makers of handmade household items. The Iris Hantverk Birch High Bread Box is so simple and versatile in its design that it works just as well as a storage bin outside the kitchen; $56 at the Foundry Home Goods. The Birch Bread Box Top is sold separately; $22. Above: The Bread Bin, by German company Side by Side, is made of smoked oak and light maple wood and features a lid cum cutting board; $175 at Connox. Above: Made in Alabama by Cliff Spencer for Alasaw, the Walnut Bread Box features a cover that doubles as a cutting board; $300 at Food52.
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