My friend Suz gave me such a fabulous Love Supreme tray when she came to stay with us in Stanford that i figured it was time for another tray post. Since starting to use them at home, i’m pretty obsessed with using trays to contain clutter and create a cohesive tabletop environment – be it on a coffee table, on your desk (or in a desk drawer), on a dressing table, in the bathroom…i could go on. So here are some lovely uses for trays i spotted on my web travels…
Marble costs a fortune as a surface choice – but you can cheat the look with a lovely little tray made of marble – this desktop number is so chic.
Isn’t this drinks tray that’s perched on top of a weathered bureau so old school sophisticated?
This is such a cool DIY idea for keeping muddy shoes off your carpet – love it! This is a great way to repurpose an old crate or door – look out for industrial handles at junk stores or even at your local Builder’s Warehouse
No coffee table is complete without a tray to contain your pretties and magazines
One of my favourite tray used is for candles and pretty decorative items that you love
Channel some Scandi monochromatic style (and free up that kitchen counter) by grouping similarly toned items together on a tray
A tray is a perfect way to create a sense of calm and order on a dressing table
LOVELY TRAYS TO BUY
R49,99 from Mr P Home
From R125, A Love Supreme
R129, H&M Home – i love this marble trinket tray so much i bought two!
From R200, Mono