We're going ALL functional on you today folks! In a vintage, farmhouse, distressed, and fun kind of way. Our newest 2 tiered serving tray brings a flair that is unique from any other server we have offered before and we are LOVING it!
This Petite 2 Tiered Serving Tray is so charming and overflowing with farmhouse appeal. With two levels of metal trays, this tray would make the perfect display for succulents, flowers, or even candles. The wooden handle accent is super unique and makes toting this piece from one spot to the next super easy! Use this to carry your utensils and napkins for your outdoor dinners or in your craft room to keep your supplies close at hand! We LOVE the idea of using this in the kitchen to house spices, or small utensils.
We are literally SWOONING about the farmhouse look and the functionality of this piece! We are seriously thinking up sooooo many amazing ideas for this piece...Hmm…cupcakes! How absolutely gorgeous will your pretty cupcakes look served on this incredible serving stand?! Picture it at your next baby or wedding shower filled with white or colored cupcakes. A little pink…a little blue. :)
But don’t stall out at cupcakes. Our two-tier server is just right for any outdoor or indoor event like graduations, celebrations, family reunions, or tea parties!
The two tiers allow you to serve up a different selection on each tray. Each 2 tiered galvanized stand will be ideal for keeping sandwiches, snacks, fruits & veggies. Or, picture them layered with seasonal decor in the kitchen or on your foyer table. First the little white pumpkins & tiny orange gourds. Then change it out to pine cones, holly and a few little bells! Of course, you can always mix in some pretty candies too! Hmmm…you could even use these in the craft room or bathroom to hold everyday essentials.
Every room deserves a little touch of Farmhouse charm, don’t you think?
P.S. - Check out how our friends @raggedybits, Maria Malzone Svorinic, Kristen Pfister, Carol Willnow, Laura Burnside, Heather Dorsey Kringen, Ann Schoen, Kathy Huffman Sisler and Jaime Webster are using their trays in the photos above!