Cedar Wood Hex Tray - Long

Cedar Wood Hex Tray - Long


Plastic and other disposable serving trays are bad for the environment and bad for your kitchen. Replace them with a durable and biodegradable option. These cedar wood serving trays are truly unique, one-of-a-kind trays. Made from hand-selected cedar wood planks reclaimed from 70-year old Chinese houses, now up-cycled for your home.

These long serving trays measure 5 1/2" x 16". 

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This is a longer variation of the six-sided hexagon design inspired by the honeycomb, in reference to Bambu’s support of of Honey Bee research to protect the bees. This size is suitable for many purposes. It can be used as a coffee or tea service tray or for the appetizer spread of your creation. 

Cedar wood is extraordinarily lightweight making it easy to maneuver around the kitchen and table.  

The uniqueness of each board is derived from the color, grain, lines and knots that differ each serving board from one another.

(Cedar Wood Collection designed by bambu)

  • 5 1/2" x 16"

  • No lacquer coating

  • Finished with a food-safe oil to nourish and protect the wood

  • Hand washing is recommended

  • Use Bamboo and Wood Grain Finishing Oil as you would on your bamboo grain


The Story of Bambu’s Reclaimed Cedar Collection

On one of our many trips to our workshop in China, we stopped in a small town and discovered what looked to be an interesting salvage yard that stocked timber and other used building materials.

We asked about the cedar wood and learned a few things. Before western building materials were introduced in China in the mid-century, people used the local wood, naturally. Chinese Cedar wood was a common material for the building of homes and other wooden structures. The wood has been salvaged, and used most often by local people for small projects. 

We tested the material and learned that it was free of chemicals. This makes sense considering the Cedar wood is naturally resistant to staining, bugs and mold. That was the ‘ah ha’ moment and our new line of serving boards, trays and coasters was born shortly there after.