Do you want a display tray for your home? I have 9 DIYs to show you that are helpful for displaying and serving in your home.
What is the purpose of a tray?
It’s a place to put items on that you want to display like knick nacks, photos, keepsakes, etc. One of the things I like about putting things on a display tray is that it makes it easy to pick up and move for cleaning.
What do you put in a display tray?
You can put anything you want to display on a serving tray. Here are some ideas
- knick nacks
- odds and ends
How do I create a display tray?
I have 10 trays that I have created to share with you. Many of these can double as a serving tray that works for any of your display items, or food service as well.
Do you want an easy DIY serving tray? I found some cabinet doors on clearance at IKEA and turned them into a serving tray for my home. You can find the full tutorial at IKEA Cabinet Door DIY Serving Tray
Learn how to make a beautiful DIY ocean serving tray with this step-by-step tutorial. Do you need a serving tray in your home? They’re so useful and can be used in just about every room of your home. I”m sharing how to make an ocean serving tray.
I found 2 cabinet doors at a garage sale for $2. With a little chalk and chalkboard paint, I was able to upcycle them into serving trays. Use them as a serving tray, message board, and more – these make great gifts! You can find the full tutorial at Cabinet Door Serving Trays
Easily makeover a Target dollar spot find with this simple wood serving tray upcycle. All you need are a few simple supplies for this makeover The dollar section in Target is always fun to look at and they always have fun serving trays. You can find the full tutorial at Target Dollar Spot Wood Serving Tray Upcycle I found a raw wood serving tray and I was so excited to upcycle it for my home!
I did this for my daughter’s 18th birthday! My daughter finished the puzzle I gave her and when I found a serving tray in the Target dollar section – I knew how to preserve it! You can find the full tutorial at Upcycled Puzzle Serving Tray
I found a vintage 3 tiered serving cart for $6 at the thrift store, and I was so excited! With a little cleaning, sanding, and painting, I upcycled it to fit in my home. You can find the full tutorial at Upcycled 3 Tiered Serving Cart
Whether a special occasion is coming or you need something decorative to store things on in your home – these 3 tier stands are easy and inexpensive to make, and look fantastic! You can find the full tutorial at Create A 3 Tiered Stand For Your Home
I found a serving tray at the thrift store and I couldn’t wait to bring it home and give it new life! This little tray is so handy for so many different things and I can’t wait to show you how it turned out. You can find the full tutorial at Upcycling A Serving Tray
I have a variety of teacups and as many of you know I like to use things or create something useful with them. With a quick stop to the thrift store, a little spray paint, and my teacups, I made a serving centerpiece! You can find the full tutorial at Serving Centerpiece with Teacups
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Some great ideas for these display trays:
- Make a stackable jewelry display tray
- Use them for badge holders at an event
- Create retail displays in your retail store
- Use them to carry things for meals like salad bowls, dishes, etc
- Place one in your entryway to hold key rings
You can find more out about the best serving trays at Best Reviews