Unique Household Uses For Trays
Rain Boots Resting Place
Place some smooth pebbles or river rocks at the bottom of a cute tray. When you come in the door, dump your wet boots in the tray to dry. This keeps puddles off the floor and shoes out of the way.
Outfit an Ottoman
Put your favorite tray on top of your living room ottoman to create a table. If you need extra seating for a party, take the tray off and voila!
De-clutter a Drawer
Collect lots of small trays to organize your drawers. Shop at flea markets or even dollar stores for inexpensive ones. Use them to hold office supplies, kitchen utensils, or items in your junk drawer.
Cover the bottom of a metal tray or cookie sheet using adhesive. Use inexpensive scrapbook paper that matches your room. Find cute magnets to hold recipes, reminders, or photos. It would work well in a kitchen, office, or even a kids room.
If you need a small table for a tight spot, attach a tray to a luggage rack for an inexpensive solution. It's a great catch-all near the door to hold your keys, mail, cell phone, etc.
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