Anderson Tray use 3 Ways

If you’re following me on Instagram and Facebook, then you’ll know that I LOVE rustic and farmhouse decor.  I told myself that I’m going to turn my house into a city farmhouse. Hopefully I can pull it off, but that’s on another post.

Today’s blog is all about using my Anderson Tray in Three Ways.

This tray have a rustic look, but is practical and functional because of the extra storage compartment.  It allows you to be organize, and it keeps everything together.  This is how I was able to use it in three different ways:

1. Utensil Holder

If you’re having a party or hosting a dinner, this is the perfect tray to hold all of your utensils.  All four compartment can hold forks, spoons, knives, and napkins.  I don’t usually use knives so I just added a cute little vase decor and a utensil sign to beautify it. 

2. Brunch Serving Tray

Being a busy mom and an entrepreneur, there are days when I just want to do brunch and hangout with my friends.  This tray can make my life a little easier because I’m able to store pastries, champagne glasses, and utensils for this brunch.  Set it in the middle of your table while you and your girls sit and relax, gossip about the week, talk about kids and the husband, and just chill.

3. Office Desk Organizer

When I’m not using it for dinners or parties, I leave it in my office.  I use it to organize all of my office supplies, such as pens, scissors, post-its, and staplers.  

There are so many ways to use this tray. You can use it in the bathroom to store cotton balls, q-tips, and hand soap, or put it in your living room to organize essential items. Be creative because this tray can be use in so many different ways.  That’s the beauty of home decor.  You get to be free and decorate it however you want. 

Also shop other trays in my store at Shop Birch Tier Market.

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