Over-the-Sink Cutting Boards

Over-the-Sink Cutting Boards

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Mar 23, 2012

Over the years we've looked at few different ways to increase counter space in the kitchen: add an island, cart, and table or try one of these strategic storage tips. But one of the best solutions? Get an over-the-sink cutting board.

Over-the-sink cutting boards are really just long cutting boards, with a few extra inches added on either side. Specialty boards may have attached colanders and feature rubber grips or handles, but the key is finding a board long enough to rest comfortably on either side of your sink. Here are a few good options.

TOP ROW
1 Snow River 12"x24"x3/4" Over the Sink Board with Stainless Steel Wire Basket, $39 from Amazon
2 Progressive International Over the Sink Cutting Board, $26 from Amazon
3 Island Bamboo 24" Over the Sink Cutting Board, $53 from Amazon
4 Catskill Craftsman 14"x11" Over the Sink Cutting Board, $18.95 from The Food Network Store
5 Dexas 22"x10" Over-the-Sink Bamboo Strainer Board, $29.99 from Bed Bath & Beyond

BOTTOM ROW
6 John Boos 24"x18" Reversible Maple Cutting Board, $88 from Amazon
7 22"x10" Cutting Board, $30 from Epicurean
8 DOMSJÖ 21"x11.5" Chopping Board, $14.99 from IKEA
9 Catskill Craftsmen 24"x12" Cut N' Catch Over Sink Carver Board with Trays, $45 from Cookware.com

Related: Extra Tall Cutting Boards for Extra Tall Cooks

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