144 bamboo serving tray Eclectic Products
Collecting the eclectic? You’ll appreciate the shallow, unusual shape of this decorative ceramic tray! Used as a serving tray or as a decorative plate for pillars, the hand-applied java glaze and textured finish will add some vroom to the room.
With its stylish salvage vibe and extra large size, this tray will serve you well — for everything from cocktail parties to breakfast in bed. Made of either reclaimed, ecologically harvested or logging industry excess wood, you’ll feel good about using it.
Reclaimed Wood Tray, XL
Now this is what I'm talking about — I love this tray. I'd serve up some tasty cured meats, cheeses and fruits on this bad boy and pair them with some Belgian beer.
Made from rare and protected reclaimed Portuguese oak (that was felled to prevent the spread of thicket fires), this board is beautiful. Use it to serve cheese, or simply display it on its own as a sculptural conversation piece.
This natural, carved wood serving tray is perfect for casual gatherings that might not be around a table. I'd be happy to serve up a summertime lunch or supper on this tray.
This cheerful bacon tray would look so cute in the kitchen, and if you ever need to serve up a large pile of bacon, you'll have the perfect tray.
We're just wild about trayscapes here at Houzz, and choosing a cute tray for your base is key. Use this on an ottoman, side table, dresser or desk to corral your items.
I can think of no better place to corral your keys than on this tray. Position on a table in your entryway and you'll have no doubt where you left them again!
There can never be too many chevron designs. This three-piece puzzle tray would be complete with some xiao long bao (soup dumplings).
This plastic tray is almost too awesome to fill with anything. The black plastic and faux wood grain combined with the greatest font (which also contains some good reminders of what we all need to enjoy) make a wonderful place to drop your keys at night.
I'd love to have this cheese board to display a beautiful variety of cheeses and accompaniments on for my guests. I think it's unique, and I haven't seen anything like it yet.
Bring in a little whimsy with this colorful serving tray. It features Pierrot clowns and dancers, printed on paper and covered in glass. It's bold enough to center on a sideboard without styling anything atop it.
Simple, textured and stunning in gold, this would be a lovely serving tray to add to your collection.
*Made from environmentally-friendly reclaimed fir stumps with an easy care food-safe lacquer finish *Each piece is hand-carved by skilled artisans, so no two are exactly alike. Knotholes and minor cracks add a unique charm. *Gorgeous wood grain and colors make these great for a wide variety of...
Enrico Root Wood Serving Tray Charger, Set of 2
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A tray that sits on your bench or shelf and holds your cup of tea or coffee is a must. This gold bamboo tray is so interesting.
Although uncommon, the '60s favorite lamp with built-in table is definitely a practical addition to a small living room. Tuck it in the corner next to a lounge chair so your guests will have somewhere to put their drinks.
Missing digits? This will help. Seriously, though, we love the Napa Style stuff because it is well thought out and generally beautiful and functional.
This is a tray, so of course you can use it to serve food, but I don't ever want to cover it up. I keep mine on display in my kitchen.
Hello, gorgeous metal-plated quartz tray. I would love to receive one of these as a gift for hosting.
The way to the heart is in the kitchen, and it is the perfect spot to share some heart love. I am loving this stoneware salad bowl with a bamboo ladle. Fill it with a healthy salad, and love your heart too.
Wouldn't a set of cobalt blue glasses look marvelous on this tray? Filled with recycled wine corks, it makes serving a breeze and can even double as the base for a centerpiece.
Some of the best home decor bargains out there are in Nate Berkus's collection for HSN. This fabric covered tray is great for holding keys, remotes and papers, serving as a tablescape base, or for placing on a wobbly or upholstered coffee table when you need a good flat surface.
This handled tray is a useful serving piece to have on hand for a cocktail party. But let's call out its best use: a TV tray with a yellow ikat design that will instantly upgrade that plate of leftovers.
I'm a huge fan of Liberty of London's iconic prints and patterns, usually using them for garment and home sewing. But this tray is a great and simple way to bring some of Liberty's loveliness into your everyday life. Serve up some cocktails or just a TV dinner, and bask in the glow of this...
This is the funniest and cutest piece of servewear I've seen, and trust me, I've been looking at A LOT of it lately. Make your guests laugh with this funny weiner dog stand. Maybe you'll even serve weiners-in-a-blanket from it!
Dining service can be hilarious, as this tray depicting a portrait of a suited up Cornish rex demonstrates. You can serve drinks on it and watch while your guests realize (or not) what lies beneath their glass as they take it, or you can always display it as wall art to keep yourself smiling...
Ibride Isidore Visconti Tray
This trio of laminated wooden trays features abstract prints that pack a punch. Made in Sweden from sustainable birch wood, they're perfect for carrying your breakfast or using as unusual serving dishes.
I'm always a sucker for a Greek key pattern, and this chic tray combines Hermes orange with a crisp navy trim and a hint of gold - tres chic! Perfect for a dressing table, chest, or for serving up tapas at a fabulous party.
This red zebra tray is for mail, for serving drinks or for food — or whatever you like for the holidays.
Serve a liquor treat on it granny style, or hang it above a credenza in the dining room. Either way, I love this piece.
Small Mirror Tray
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