COCOCOZY Link Modern Farmtable Plank
Featured in Oprah's Favorite Things 2021, the COCOCOZY Link Modern Farmtable Plank is designed to be the center of attention. The elongated plank has a rounded link pattern in a creamy white finish, designed by Colette Shelton of COCOCOZY. Both sides of the plank are smooth, one featuring the pattern and the other bare exposing the natural wood grain. Intended for serving and décor only, this plank displays perfectly against the kitchen backsplash or across the center of the table as functional art. Use for serving charcuterie, group meals, or as a drink tray. Pair with the COCOCOZY Square Link Serving Board, Large for a unique charcuterie stack.
- Coated in a 100% plant-based, food-safe wax finish.
- Made from sustainably harvested wood with added creamy white “link” design.
- Hand-made from reclaimed wood by local artisans in Europe, making each plank one-of-a-kind. Due to the occurrences found in reclaimed wood, natural dips and grooves will be visible on the board.
The COCOCOZY x etúHOME collaboration celebrates diversity through serveware as functional art. Rooted in promoting inclusivity in design, etúHOME has come together with Colette Shelton of COCOCOZY, the esteemed interior design expert, to create dual purpose products. The collection incorporates COCOCOZY’s signature patterns inspired by Colette’s heritage and family visits to France with etúHOME’s sustainable practices and honest materials.
etúHOME’s patterned serving boards are intended for serving only and should not be used for cutting or chopping. To protect and preserve the integrity of the piece, we recommend using a barrier such as parchment paper, a plate or a bowl for non-dry, hot ingredients. To maintain pattern longevity, avoid placing hot or wet ingredients directly on the patterned side of the board.
Patterned Serving Board Care Instructions:
Should food come in direct contact with your patterned board, wipe the surface clean with hot soapy water immediately after using and then dry with a clean, dry dish towel. Never submerge your wood board in water and avoid abrasive cleaning products.