How the heck is it Monday already?! That weekend went by way too fast. I need a weekend do-over, anyone else?! I actually shouldn’t complain. It was pretty relaxing around here. We stayed home and tried to do as little as possible, which was a nice break from our normal craziness. I even had time to hit up a couple of vintage sales, although those didn’t amount to much. And we finally did a few much needed things to get ready for this baby. I’m only a few weeks out now, so it’s almost go time. Eek! We’ll chat more about that later, but for now let’s talk about 5 ways to style a tiered tray! This post has been on my to-do list for a while now. I’ve actually been planning to do this ever since I posted about my new tray in this post a few months back. It’s just been hanging out in my drafts week after week, but I finally got my booty in gear and got it done! Today I’ve used the same tray in all 5 looks so you can really see how versatile and useful one tray can be. I had so much fun coming up with some really simple, yet practical ways you can use this baby around your home, so I’ll stop blabbing and let’s jump right into it!
An Easy Breezy Vignette
This tray makes styling a vignette a complete breeze. Seriously, this look came together super fast and it’s just effortless. Throw a few goodies on it and call it good. Easy and done.
Succulents + Garden Goodies
You know I had to take this tray outside. I mean, it is June. I had so much fun playing around with this on our on front porch. It’s the perfect spot for succulents and other garden goodies. (And if you’re curious about that little GARDEN sign, you can see my tutorial for it here.)
Pretty & Practical Bathroom Storage
This tray is so darn handy for storing all kinds of bathroom necessities. And I love it because it’s much more practical that a flat tray, which actually takes up more countertop space. Easy and practical for the win!
A Simple Dining Room Centerpiece
I love the farmhouse vibe happening with this tray and I think the overall look/design makes it a beautiful centerpiece all on its own. All I did here was place a few cloth napkins, a candle, and flowers in it. I wanted to keep it pretty clean to let the design of the tray be the main focus.
The Perfect Display for Kitchen Goodies
Lastly I had to play around with this tray in the kitchen. And I was pleasantly surprised to see how many goodies it holds. Such a fun and pretty way to add a bit of farmhouse charm to your kitchen.
So there ya have it folks! Five simple and easy ways to style a tiered tray in your home. I love doing posts like this because I think it shows how versatile a single item can be. This is one of those things you’ll use for years and it definitely falls under the must-have category when it comes to decor. I especially love the style of this tray with the wood and metal combo. It’s so unique compared to most I’ve seen and it’s super affordable at under $20. You really can’t beat it. Well that’s all for me today my friends. So glad you dropped by the blog! xoxo
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