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oklouise

i have several old imitation cut glass plastic trays that sit on the bathroom vanity to hold hand wash, toothbrushes, hand cream etc and another bigger one in the bedroom with piles of jewellery and different size trays that sit on coffee tables and bedside tables and trays i use on desks and trays i use for sorting sewing bits and trays for counting coins and trays for grandchildren to use for building lego and a traymobile with removeable trays to store toys and books and trays that are just for decoration and i even have trays for carrying food and drinks around the house and outside: i don't think i'd manage without all my trays

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amacoz31

Trays are awesome! I have perhaps gone a bit OTT with trays over the last couple of months. In fact I now have 12 throughout the house, including the study and the laundry. They are also in bathrooms, the spare room, the outside table and on tables. What would be a mess on a desk/bench is now ordered and easy to remove for cleaning. As the article said, they bring a collection of items together and give them a purpose. IMHO anyway...

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ruthfay
Love the display of trays. As a 'tray novice' this is my first attempt, using a couple of items acquired from beloved family members and a second-hand tray found at a garage sale .
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