Adirondack Kitchen is built upon a long history of traditional home building and fine woodworking in upstate New York.
We specialize in custom hardwood cutting boards for any occasion.



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“The cutting board came out great. Quite substantial and nicely thick. We are very happy with it.” - Julianne M • 3/14/16
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“The cutting board is beautiful and special and will be a conversation piece as well as a usable cutting board. Dave went above and beyond to find exactly the right piece of wood. His communication skills were outstanding and the project was delivered in perfect condition in a timely manner. I will be recommending him to friends and family for custom woodworking projects.” - Judy S • 2/17/16
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“I ordered a custom cutting board that fit over a stove top and it turned out beautifully, It's now the best looking object in the kitchen. The communication was excellent, it professionally packaged and shipped quickly. All around a great experience working with David, highly recommend.” - Alex • 9/30/15
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“David is phenomenal. Believe it or not, the cutting board looks even more beautiful in person than it does in his photos. David's designs are timeless, sophisticated and functional and will enhance any table or setting they're incorporated into. I love the piece and can't recommend him enough. Within days of me making the payment he delivered it beautifully wrapped with twine and a type-written note detailing care instructions. No detail was overlooked. I purchased this item as an engagement gift and couldn't be happier with my decision. It's perfect and I look forward to owning a David Cummings piece of my own in the near future! Thank you for the beautiful piece and perfect service!” - Logan G • 4/9/15
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"What a beautiful wood product, and such a great experience with Dave. I couldn't be happier, and will be purchasing from him again!" - Robin B • 5/26/15
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"Made to order, kind communication, beautiful piece--soft, smooth surface. an unusual find made by an unusually nice guy!" - Katherine • 12/12/14


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