Each chopping board is soaked in olive oil to make them more resistant to stains.
Andrea Brugi in action inside his 'laboratorio'.
Stools made from the huge elm tree in front of his home.
I'm having a huge case of rustic lust over Andrea Brugi's handmade products! Ninety percent of my infatuation belongs to the odd-shaped wooden cutting boards. Each piece is unique; and that extends to his racks and chairs, too. According to him, "the shape is already in the piece - a design from nature." He uses chopped wood from the trees that surround his family's Montemeramo farm. Really beautiful!
All photos are via andreabrugi.com
Onward and Upward!