Toronto, Canada, March 21, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Imagine Wood now has an all new website redesign to make browsing their exquisite product line, and ordering your ideal kitchen utensils, even easier. Still offering beautiful handcrafted wooden utensils made of rock maple, kitchen utensils that will enhance any kitchen, Imagine Wood is proud to present an updated website, designed for your needs.
Imagine Wood has long been dedicated to usability and customer care with its products, and is applying that philosophy to its online presence, as well. Over the last 15 years, the company has handcrafted kitchen tools, from the best material, that are suitable for easy use and remarkable results with each and every meal. These wooden utensils are ergonomic, ambidextrous, and durable. Made of rock maple, from Ontario’s Sugar Maple Tree, these kitchen utensils are all natural, will not stain, are safe for all surfaces, and the only finish on them is olive oil. Best of all, rock maple has antibacterial properties, making it the healthiest and safest material to cook with.
Visit the new Imagine Wood website to view and shop a beautiful product line of handcrafted wooden utensils, from the small essentials for everyday entertaining, to larger cooking tools and butcher blocks. Imagine Wood has you covered every step of the way as you create a fabulous meal that can only be achieved using the most precise kitchen tools.
The website also offers information on product care so you can optimize the lifespan and durability of these fantastic tools. When cared for properly, rock maple kitchen utensils can last a lifetime.
You can even watch videos on the website to get the lowdown on the tips, features and benefits of various products — from wooden salad tongs to the peanut butter knife. The website also features information on upcoming shows, for an even more exclusive chance to see these wonderful handcrafted wooden utensils in action.
About Imagine Wood
Imagine Wood launched in 1999 and was developed out of a combine passion for cooking and woodworking. Marcel and Nicole design and create rock maple kitchen utensils out of their log home and workshop in the serene setting of Combermere, Ontario.
Each design is an innovation and a step towards reintroducing the elegance and sophistication of wooden tools into 21st century homes. Today, the designs are available through their website, but can also be found at fine art and craft shows around the country, and in select stores around North America.