6 Wooden Kitchen Finds That Are Just as Useful as They Are Charming

Wooden spoon, fork, and knife

From a cutting board and a spoon rest to utensil sets and a salad bowl, here are six wooden kitchen finds you'll love to see in your space.

Wooden spoon rest from Amazon photo

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Acacia Wood Spoon Rest

We're all guilty of setting aside dirty utensils on the sink's edge for future use, but now you can opt for a charming and more sanitary location like this natural Acacia spoon rest. Small and simple, you can put it in the middle of your stove top or near the wooden crock featured below. It includes rubber feet so you don't have to worry about a potential hazard when it gets too close to hot areas.

To buy: $11 (was $17); amazon.com

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Wooden salad tongs from Bed Bath and Beyond photo

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Wood Spring-Hinged Salad Servers

If you've ever experienced the struggle of turning over a steak while it's sizzling in a cast iron skillet, then you may want to invest in a pair of wooden tongs from Bed Bath and Beyond. Use these to single handedly flip patties and sirloin steaks in the pan or to serve salad to guests.

To buy: $10; bedbathandbeyond.com

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Square wooden cutting board from Sur La Table photo

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Wood Cutting Board

Meal prepping has never been easier thanks to this wooden edge-grain cutting board. Slice and dice vegetables and other produce using this beautiful, all-wood find, then easily tuck it away next to your knife set. It's made from hard rock maple and features a Boos cream finish that protects it from moisture. To clean, simply wipe it with a washcloth and soap, rinse, then pat dry.

To buy: $26; surlatable.com

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Wooden salad bowl with utensils from Pottery Barn photo

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Olive Wood Salad Bowl

A wooden salad bowl not only looks nice among your existing table decor, but it also creates a durable centerpiece that can hold tossed greens, bright fruits, or artificial flowers. Part of the Olive Wood Collection, this handcrafted bowl was carved by experienced artisans, which means no two pieces are exactly the same. We recommend getting the matching utensil set to complete the look.

To buy: $149 (was $199); potterybarn.com

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Dark wood utensils from Williams Sonoma photo

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Williams Sonoma Walnut Wood Spoons

Whether you're hosting a wine night for friends or making dinner for two, it's important to have a set of utensils that can match practically any occasion. With a large pasta spoon for stirring, and two smaller spoons to toss salad, you're all set for the perfect dinner gathering. Plus, the smooth walnut wood will be gentle on your pots and pans, which helps protect them from unwanted scratches.

To buy: $50 for a set of four; williams-sonoma.com

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Wooden crock from Crate and Barrel photo

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Acacia Utensil Holder

Once you purchase the utensil set featured above, you'll need a matching crock in which to store them all. This Acacia utensil holder, made completely out of wood, features a fresh, minimalist design that can complement most countertops. Put it next to your stove top for easy access or place it in the middle of your kitchen island for an effortless (and functional) centerpiece.

To buy: $25; crateandbarrel.com

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