Luxury LIFE Kit: Achars + Walnut Butcher Board with Cheese Knife + Wine Glasses + Black Seed Spice
This is the luxury kit containing 1 SUBSTANTIAL Achar, 1 FREE LIFE Black Seed Achar, 1 Walnut Butcher Board + Dutch Cheese Knife, 2 Walnut Wine Glasses, 1 Pack of Black Seed Spice
To curate the perfect Substantial connective experience, healthy food needs to be styled on architecturally-designed, nature-driven dishes. Science tells us the closer we stay towards nature, the happier and more grateful we become. Now you can buy my favorite city-dweller butcher board paired with my Achar as featured in the Substantial Living Pottery Barn blog. Substantial Living has partnered with David Rasmussen Furniture Design and we are bringing the complete food experience to your home, so you have the tools to create a meaningful food experience in your kitchen with your friends and family. This parallelogram shaped butcher board is a casual, design- forward platter great for hosting for small spaces. I use it for appetizers, salads, desserts. The wine glasses can be used for wine, sparkling water or any other juice. They are elegant with exceptional craftsmanship from a boutique wood maker who shares our Substantial values. Your kit comes with Substantial tips/recipes on how to assemble the perfect spread for friends and family. The way you eat reflects the way you live.
The wood items are special order items made in small batches, please expect a short shipping wait.
10" x 9"
About Furniture Maker David Rasmussen:
David wasRaised and educated in New England, David was exposed to the Northeast’s rich culture of fine furniture making from a young age. Trained by furniture masters Wayne Marcoux and Dan Mosheim, David learned about composition and construction techniques. Danish, Ming Dynasty, and contemporary American studio furniture where the focus of David’s studies in furniture as he progressed in his career.
Always “driven by artistic design and aesthetic value,” David’s avant-garde approach to developing his style included joining Vermont-based Forever Young Treehouses where he traveled as the lead carpenter on handicap-accessible projects so “anyone can climb a tree and take a walk in the woods” in Los Angeles, Chicago, Cincinnati and Pennsylvania. David returned to his roots in furniture after a few years of building treehouses, bringing with him the organic understanding that is required for building in the trees.