RedOnionWoodworks

Natural Edge Cutting Boards and Serving Trays

Oregon, United States · 1021 Sales

RedOnionWoodworks

Natural Edge Cutting Boards and Serving Trays

Oregon, United States 1021 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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RedOnionWoodworks is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner Red Onion Woodworks is on an indefinite break. We do not currently have any boards in inventory nor are we taking custom orders.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jun 2, 2016

Red Onion Woodworks is on an indefinite break. We do not currently have any boards in inventory nor are we taking custom orders.

Camille Storch

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Camille Storch

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Jaime DeLanghe

Jaime DeLanghe on Oct 10, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Loved giving this serving board to my sister for her wedding. Came with a lovely note and beautiful packaging. Now I'm just looking for another reason to get more :)

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About

Beautiful + Functional. Red Onion Woodworks cutting boards make universally perfect gifts.

Red Onion Woodworks is a very small business owned and operated by me, Camille Storch, in Philomath, Oregon. I focus on organically designed wooden kitchen tools, placing a strong emphasis on creating products that are naturally beautiful as well as healthy and environmentally sustainable.

Red Onion Woodworks cutting and serving boards are made exclusively out of lumber salvaged from industrial logging operations or backyards. This material sourcing method produces products that are truly one of a kind.

Read my whole story in my Etsy featured seller interview: http://www.etsy.com/storque/spotlight/featured-seller-redonionwoodworks-11066/

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  • Camille Storch

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Photographer

    I'm a woodworker and mom of two living in a tiny cabin off the grid in Philomath, OR.

Shop policies

Last updated on October 5, 2013
I'm really glad that you're checking out my shop. I hope that you've found something here that intrigues you. If you have any questions that aren't answered below, convo me, and I'll answer as best as I can. Thanks.

Please read descriptions throughly and look at each picture before purchasing an item because some of my boards have cracks, knots, or other character features, which I try to be very clear about.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept PayPal or Etsy direct checkout for all transactions. I expect immediate payment. If for some reason you decide you really want something but won't have the funds to pay until a few days later, convo me, and I can put the item on reserve for you for up to three days.

If for some reason you want to cancel your order after paying for it, convo me, and if I haven't shipped it yet, I will refund you money. Sometimes I ship the same day as the order, so I can't guarantee that it won't be past the point of no return.
Shipping
I'm just as bummed out by high shipping costs as you are, so I will try my hardest to keep them as low as possible. I will mail your order in 4 business days or less from the time of purchase. I generally ship USPS Parcel Post with delivery confirmation which takes 2-8 days to arrive. I ship to your Etsy address unless otherwise specified. To keep costs down and lessen my environmental impact, many of my packing materials are reused.

Sadly, I'm not shipping internationally at this time. Making, photographing, and uploading each item individually takes a huge amount of time as is. There are just not enough hours in the day to check shipping prices for separate boards potentially going to any number of countries. I also am uncomfortable with the thought of shipping costs being half or more than half the price of the board itself. I would encourage any potential international customers to explore the woodworking community in your own areas.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you change your mind about a purchase within the first week, you can return it for a full refund. It must be in the same condition as when I sent it to you, and you agree to pay the shipping cost.

In the unlikely event that an item is damaged or defective in some way, contact me, and we'll work something out (refund or replacement).
Additional policies and FAQs
At this time, I'm not taking on custom orders, wholesale orders, or selling raw wood. Thanks for being understanding.

Red Onion Woodworks
Cutting Board Care

With normal household use, Red Onion cutting boards will show scratches and wear. I highly recommend that, upon receiving your board, you choose one side for cutting and save your preferred side for serving.

Never leave your cutting board submerged in water. For light-duty cutting, simply wipe the board with a damp cloth. After chopping onions, meat, or anything else messy, wash with soap and hot water. A stiff-bristle brush may help clean natural edges. Store your board in a dry location.

If the cutting board begins to dull, brush it with a generous coat of mineral oil, let the oil soak in, and then wipe off the excess with a clean cloth. Mineral oil is available in most drug stores. It is completely food-safe and won’t go rancid like olive oil or other vegetable oils.

Please note that if you place very hot items on the board, burning or discoloration may occur.