TRAY TODAY, TRAY TOMORROW
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.