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A beautiful classic blue and white china tray like this one from High Street Market can do double-duty by holding mail by the door most days and serving during cocktail hour at your next shindig.
I can't get enough of lucite trays! Add a piece of scrapbook paper, gift wrap or fabric to change out the look instantly and use the tray to corral your favorite magazines, books and decorative objects on a coffee table.
Durable melamine is ideal for outdoor entertaining. Dishwasher safe. Do not use in the microwave, or place on direct heat. Not recommended for use with sharp knives. Our Artifacts Melamine Dinnerware by thomaspaul draws inspiration from the past with designs based on ancient ceramics and textiles...
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.
The great thing about date night is being able to eat on the couch. I love this rustic, more masculine tray; you could carry your dinner or drinks on it or use it as a cheese board for a sumptuous snack.
This tray is clean, crisp and modern — all things I love. I could imagine serving some Blue Snowflake martinis on it at a holiday party. The handles also make it easy to carry around and serve your guests.
Neo Serving Tray
This metal serving tray is practical for carrying dishes back and forth. And it's way more luxe-looking than its $30 price tag.
These rustic serving trays add some character to holiday parties, and they're great conversation pieces.
Mappa Burl Serving Tray
You can't go wrong with black. This is the perfect holiday accessory to serve up some cookies or hors d'oeuvre. I love the shape and color of this tray — vintage and unique.
This beautiful flared bamboo serving tray is both unique and functional. It brings an exotic feel into a space, and can be used for everything from displaying decor to serving drinks.
Glasses and bottles have a stylish new home in these teak and acrylic trays. We'd love to use them to accessorize our yacht — if we had one!
You can never have enough trays to display candles, perfume bottles, photo frames, etc. Rose gold is a huge trend now in fashion, and this elegant copper tray seems like the home accent equivalent to me.
I love this classic little round silver tray. It is a high-quality product (made from stainless steel), but it also has high style. It's simple, sleek and chic.
I know my kids need a drinks tray in order to not spill. This one can be used in the kitchen, or really anywhere, on other days.
Lacquer Serving Tray
How sweet and delicate are these? I usually am not the biggest fan of the French vintage rose look, but I love the combination of pale pink and black. These are perfect for serving up those delicious bites.
There can never be too many chevron designs. This three-piece puzzle tray would be complete with some xiao long bao (soup dumplings).
Cute appetizer-sized portions could fit on these plates. I'm imagining a single bruschetta or a piece of tempura — something easy to hold and easy to eat.
You had me at "rugged forged iron handles." This could live happily in so many places, but I think I might use it as a a little coffee bar.
This monogrammed serving tray has the ultimate preppy look. I imagine it being used to serve champagne at a girls night in.
I think serving trays are always good to stock up on. This one is such a bargain and has a gorgeous finish.
This is such a simple idea, but one that kids will appreciate. Serving ice cream to friends and family at a big barbecue get-together is the best job around.
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.
What party have you been to that didn't serve cheese? Now it can be served elegantly on a slate chalkboard.
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!
Metal Key Serving Tray
Neatly organize this tray with all of the guest essentials: tissue, bottles of water, a candle, etc.
Add a tray to the top of a chest or desk to give guests a place to keep their phones, keys, jewelry or treasures from their pockets throughout their stay.
Mabel Serving Tray
I love this preppy navy and white pattern serving tray. The monogram makes it a little more personal. It is perfect for magazines or breakfast in bed!
Instead of handing out candy from my wooden salad bowl, this year I'm going to glam things up with this modern tray.