Canadian made Charcuterie Boards are made by craftsman across the country. If you know of any Charcuterie Boards made in Canada please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
Canadian Made Charcuterie Boards
David Stepan enjoys and explores the nature of materials. From the warmth and immediacy of hammered copper, to the peculiar grains of wood, and the way materials capture time and place. Employing his Bachelor of Fine Arts training and decades of experience as a bespoke furniture designer maker he blurs the lines between Art, service and décor, creating objects that transcend their purpose.
His passion is now directed to a more immediate expression of his interest in materials. Especially how objects from sustainably sourced materials can look and feel beautiful, and have their story evolve. Part of the Canadian made charcuterie boards directory.
Michael McQuaid Woodworks is a cabinet/furniture maker located in Emyvale, Prince Edward Island. He started his company in 2013 with the goal of designing high quality solid wood furniture and cabinetry. He attended technical schools in photography, structural design and furniture/cabinetry and has worked for companies in each of these areas to developed his skills toward his own style. His inspirations are great photographers like Ansel Adams and Yousuf Karsh and craftsman like Sam Maloof. Each piece of furniture or cabinet is designed in keeping with this high standard with quality and composition.
His philosophy is always to construct a product that will last a life time. Whether it’s a furniture piece or a built in, it should appeal to the owners life style with looks and functionality. To do this the facility includes includes high quality woodworking machinery, hand tools and finishing facilities which allows control from rough lumber all the way to the finished piece. He only uses high quality materials such as hand picked hardwoods, baltic birch plywoods and finishing products. These combine to create a lasting product the owners will value for a lifetime. Part of the charcuterie boards made in Canada directory.
Derevo Designs is a small woodworking shop located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, right in the heart of the Canadian prairies. My name is Sean, and my wife Lindsay and I run Derevo Designs. I got my introduction to woodworking in high school shop class like many people did. We didn’t build anything overly memorable, but it laid a good foundation for me to build from later in life.
When you purchase a product from us, you are buying the end result of a story written by passion. I hand pick many of the logs and burls we use directly from the sawyers who cut them from the forest. Some of our burl comes from as far as Australia, and takes 3 months by ocean to arrive in Canada. Each piece for sale on our site, whether a crib board, cutting board, or even a playing card holder is made and designed by us. Each sale we make goes right back to the business and helps us grow and evolve. We become better every year, and it wouldn’t be possible without the support of those who like our products enough to own one. Thanks for taking the time to read, and please send us a message if you have any questions, or you want to chat! – Sean & Lindsay
Nomadic Designs began in the summer of 2016, in Ontario, Canada. Mike Liambas, our head honcho and professional hockey player of 11 years, was back in Toronto for the summer and staying with his parents. While visiting one morning, his mother showed him a photo of a mirror she was hoping to buy. He took one look at it and said he would love to make it for her instead. That project was when his interest in woodworking took off.
Over the next few off-seasons, Mike explored other woodworking projects, diving into making live edge furniture for friends and family. He realized he was becoming pretty good at this and he really enjoyed it. His passion for woodworking continued to burn, much like the fire that burns in him for hockey. Part of the charcuterie boards made in Canada directory.
The making of these bowls, each of which is unique, is a long process. It starts with a hardwood log which Wilfred splits vertically then cuts into the approximate shapes. He turns the bowl a first time on the lathe while still green. Then it is left to dry for approximately six months. Once the drying process is complete, he proceeds with the final shaping of the bowl on the lathe. The product is then finished with oils or sprays. After that, it is placed in his attractive showroom at the front of the shop which is located in North Bedeque, Prince Edward Island.
Pitt Meadows, BC
I want to take a moment to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart. It is a sincere privilege to have my art pieces invited into your homes and to have them be a part of your happy moments. Thank you for being a part of my journey, and for having my art become a part of yours! Part of the Canadian made charcuterie boards directory.
Stoney Creek, ON
I hand make everything in my home shop. At The Green Woodworker I take the time to ensure every product that leaves my shop is of the highest quality. I want my products to last generations.
Since the beginning of my journey, I have always taken the time to explore my options when selecting my methods of practice. Eco-friendly or “green” techniques have been and always will be the goal of my work.
I have worked out deals with local arborists to recycle the trees they cut down into useable lumber that we then turn into our creations. Thousands of tree every year are thrown away at the landfills. This costs the city massive amounts of money as well as wastes perfectly good materials for our projects. I mill and dry all my own lumber. Even my drying kilns run on solar energy. All of my wood finishes are 100% food safe as well as bio degradable. Part of the charcuterie boards made in Canada directory.