Glas chopping boards with landscapes
Glass cutting boards are becoming increasingly prevalent on kitchen worktops. And they aren't boring monochromatic plastics or popular wooden boards that absorb the most bacteria. Glass worktop savers, decorated with colourful prints are gaining an advantage. Chopping boards with landscapes are not just functional items. In addition to being used for cutting, they have a decorative value. Everyone likes to look at beautiful landscapes, and in this case, we have them in the kitchen at our fingertips. The most common motif on a glass cutting board with a landscape is water. Thus, we have views of the sea, ocean, river, lake, and waterfall. And also all kinds of objects related to water. Landscapes with a view of sandy and rocky beaches, with palm trees, boats sailing in the distance and moored to the pier, are breathtaking. Unforgettable scenes depict mountain streams and ponds, rivers and waterfalls. The cutting boards can also please our eyes with a view of exceptionally picturesque places often visited by tourists: Thailand, the Shetlands, Tunisia, and Venice. Landscapes pictured in different seasons always arouse our admiration. Frosted branches of trees in winter, autumn colours in the parks, autumn in the mountains, and even in an urban environment, are unforgettable, although fleeting views. Spring and summer are depicted on chopping boards in rural conditions: a beautiful, flowery meadow, a tree blooming in the garden, a giant old oak tree, a road leading through the fields. Some images depict sunrises and sunsets. In addition to the landscape, they also show the beautiful colours of the sky which at these times of day can be blue, purple, pink, aquamarine and yellow. Worktop savers in the landscapes category are not only kitchen equipment but also a decoration of a monochromatic kitchen counter.
tropical sea and beach with palm leaves (#3827)
tropical beach and sea landscape with hammock (#3801)
tropical jungle with a colorful parrot (#3802)
Summer time in countryside village (#1699)