Stove Top Cover | Noodle Board

Building a wood stove top cover (aka noodle board) for your kitchen is fun and easy. This stove top cover adds a beautiful piece to any kitchen. Noodle boards look amazing in the kitchen and also add extra storage space. Just remove them before using the stove! We absolutely love our noodle board now that we have it. Using a noodle board in your kitchen is a great way to add rustic kitchen decor. A stove cover adds a great look to your farmhouse kitchen. If you want to know how to build a stove top cover, this video is for you! Check the links below for supplies used in this build.

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*Tools and Supplies used in this build*
Kreg K5 Pocket Hole Jig
Pocket hole screws:
Wood Glue:
120 Grit Sandpaper:
Drill Bit for hand holes:
Kreg R3 Pocket Hole Jig
Irwin 36" Clamps
Johnson’s Paste Wax:

Farmhouse Kitchen Decor:

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This one we built is not food safe and we do not recommend cutting on them. Please remove them before turning on the stove and make sure the stove is completely cool before putting the board back on top of the stove.

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