Tiered Tray


Ever since I made my first tiered tray,
I've been in love with them...

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net




Combining thrift store metal dishes with
chair legs, or in this case an architectural column

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net

makes such a beautiful and useful tiered tray...

At my last craft fair I sold several... 

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net
sold!

It was exciting for me to see how happy people were 
to see old cast-offs being repurposed into something useful.

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net
Available on Homeroad Etsy

They are beautiful and can be 
put to good use around the house...

This one is being used in my daughter's bathroom...
Can you see the chair leg, and dresser knob?

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net

created for a friend's graduation party...

It was huge and held about a zillion cupcakes!
Recognize the pepper mill and the pizza trays?

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net
sold!

All the pieces are securely screwed together,
drilling through these metal trays is easy.

The finials at the top are attached with 
E6000 or a double sided screw and are very secure.

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net
available on Homeroad Etsy
tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net

tiered trays from thrift store finds www.homeroad.net

If you are interested in more tiered tray
inspiration, please visit my friend Angie
at Knick of Time... 
she sells some gorgeous trays in her Etsy shop!


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

Comments

  1. I guess I will have to add these to my to do list. I've never made one!

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  2. Love them all. I have been meaning to make some but as of yet, not gotten around to it.

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  3. These are all so neat, I love all of the unique projects you make! Pinned :)

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