Our latest obsession? Trays. In our book,
trays are seen all over the house—corralling kitchen essentials on the counter, grouping bath products in console drawers, and wrangling keys and loose pocket change near the entryway. We’re convinced they’re the key to an organized life. Here are our 10 current favorites in fiberglass and enamel (good for withstanding moisture in the kitchen and bath). The Organized Home,
Above: The Falcon Enamelware Serving Tray is a classic, available in white with blue trim, Pigeon Grey, Coal Black, and red; $37 at Falcon.
Above: From Schoolhouse Electric, a range of cafeteria trays. Shown here is the 1-Compartment Cafeteria Tray for $24 at Schoolhouse Electric.
Above: The Black Enameled Dish is from Zangra’s black and white enamel collection. The tray is €17 at Zangra.
Above: New at Merci in Paris are fiberglass trays in a range of colors. Shown here is the Small Fiberglass Tray (top) in Red for €6. It’s available in large, small, and extra small trays in Slate Blue, Water Green, Pearl Grey, Red, Peach, and Horizon Blue.
Above: The white enamel trays featured in our book are by Japanese company Noda Horo. We sourced them from Dover Street Market in New York City but you can also find them on Amazon. Shown here is the largest of the trio, the 2.4 liter The Organized Home Food Storage Enamel Container for $29.98.
Above: Danish company Hay made a new Enamel Tray (available in brown as shown, and in pink); $25. For more on the collection, see Practical Magic: Inexpensive Danish Utilitarian Goods from HAY, Now Available Stateside on Remodelista.
Above: From Colombian brand Criolla, the Bandeja Rectangular (Tray) is available in a range of colors. Contact Criolla for US stockist information.
Above: Measuring 14.5 inches across, Farmhouse Pottery’s Seafoam Enamel Tray is $48 at Food52.
Above: Basic Butcher Tray Palettes, designed for mixing paints, are enamel and come in three sizes with prices ranging from $10.20 to $24.55 at Blick.
Above: Fog Linen Work’s lightweight linen coated trays are sealed with poly resin. They are not made to withstand much heat but you can use them in the bathroom or kitchen or anywhere near water; from $18 for the small.
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