TRAY TO­DAY, TRAY TO­MOR­ROW

Country Sampler's Upstyled Home - - TRAY CHIC -

A tray is per­haps one of the most use­ful items you can find at the flea mar­ket or an­tiques shop. It serves mul­ti­ple pur­poses, has han­dles for mov­ing and can hold any­thing—from food to bath sup­plies to pa­per and mail—that needs a des­ig­nated place. An in­dus­trial bak­ing pan (OP­PO­SITE) once used for bak­ing mini loaves of bread now is a bath­tub tray for soaps, flower essences and wash­cloths.

STAND AND DE­LIVER A gal­va­nized tray on a stand once used by a ma­son at­trac­tively dis­plays drink in­gre­di­ents for in­side or out­side.

BE OUR GUEST A metal fac­tory tray likely from a larger unit of trays is filled with guest room ac­cou­trements, in­clud­ing tow­els and treats.

FARM TO FAM­ILY Once used on a farm for dairy bot­tles, this wire bin now holds bath­room sta­ples in a way that keeps ev­ery­thing in sight.

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