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You get to show off an elegant piece of lumber and your knives, plus it saves space on your counter and in your drawers. The knife rack depicted here is 12 inches long, 2 inches wide and 1.5-2 inches deep. Most knife racks are around 1 inch deep. This knife rack is larger because an inch just isn't quite enough space to comfortably get your fingers around the handle of a knife.
Walnut is characterized by the rich dark hues in the heartwood and its golden coloration in its sapwood, sometimes also with subtle undertones of purple, whereas cherry is notable for its orange to fiery red heartwood and paler, more yellow sapwood. In terms of hardness, cherry is the softest, maple (the industry standard) is the hardest, and walnut is in the middle. Cherry and walnut have a rich history in furniture making.
Installation is fairly simple. All you need are two screws (provided) and set them level on the wall and make sure they are within 12 inches of each other. Then align the T track on the back of the knife rack (pictured) with one of the screws and slide the knife rack over the two screws. Adjust screw depth as needed to hold the knife rack flush against the wall.
Material: cherry, maple or walnut
Size: 12" x 2" x 1.5-2"
Made in: Brooklyn, NY