Think of white as your backdrop for your holiday rooms, but mix in silvers and golds for that dash of sophistication. Trays and votives are inexpensive ways to add luxury to your design scheme.
A modern relish tray using fresh produce, exotic dips and homemade pickles of all shapes and sizes.
A striking copper tray can be combined with other metallics and used again when the holidays are over.
If you entertain year round, take your servingware to the next level. Trim your gift wrap to size, then line your favorite trays and platters to give them a fresh and sophisticated look.
An affordable way to turn up the glitz factor in your home: gold details like this beautiful gold and glass tray used on an ottoman in place of a coffee table for a warmer, more luxurious feel.
Clutter-busting tip: Try a tray—big or small—on a bathroom or kitchen countertop to corral otherwise unconnected items.
A tray table used indoors for TV dinners becomes a stationary bar for outdoor parties. How's that for multitasking?
Breakfast is served on a wicker tray in the master bedroom of the HGTV Dream Home 2014 minutes away from Lake Tahoe.
A galvanized tray with twine detailing houses candles and fruit in this newly renovated kitchen.
The jewelry tray beside each bed features the girls' initials, a three-tiered stand to organize the jewelry, a candle and a succulent: a few of a girl's favorite things.
As seen on Beach Flip, a colorful quote-covered tray sits atop the sofa table that divides the living room and dining area.
A beautiful patterned tabletop sets off colorful trays and objects.
A tray ceiling in seafoam green plays off wall art to give warmth to this bedroom, designed by Sally Williams, while a cabinet with a gold geometric front adds depth.
HGTV.com loves this styled serving tray
In the bedroom, gray-and-white bed linens get a boost from a graphic pattern and pretty headboard.
Make Ice Cube Tray Chocolates for the Holidays