Get Organized! Trays from Gretel Home

by Amy Azzarito

There are a few things on my “never can have enough of” list: chocolate (obviously), tea (I believe in lots of varieties), books and trays. Okay, it might be a stretch to put trays in the same category as chocolate. But I seriously think you can’t have enough. They can make any space feel more organized, and I’m always looking for that. I have a tray in my entryway for keys, spare change and mail. A tray on the coffee table, a tray in the bathroom to hold all my potions, a catchall tray by the bed. But I’m always looking for more, and I love these new trays from Gretel Home. My favorites are the floral trays designed by Bluebellgray. (Check out our sneak peek of Fiona Douglas’ home!) I’ve been looking for ways to bring more floral patterns into my life, and this just might do it. — Amy Azzarito

Image above, clockwise from left: Red Roses Round Tray, $43; Foxes Tray, $43; Red Roses Large Tray, $53; Wild Boar Tray, $43; Folk Stripe Tray, $43; Red Roses Small Rectangular Tray, $34; Faux Wood Trays, $28

Image above: Zag Gold Leaf Tray, $98

Image above: Clematis Rectangular Tray, $43

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