If you are a friend of Everyday Edits you know how much I love a fall-tiered tray. Seriously they look good in any room and they work for any budget.
FREE FALL TIERED TRAY DECOR
Tiered trays draw our eyes up which is why I love them in the kitchen. With most table settings and potluck dinners, our eyes are focused on the counter’s height.
Tiered trays give us a new perspective. It is like looking up at the Empire State Building from the sidewalk except the tray is in your kitchen and it’s not snowing.
Today is all about how I decorated my kitchen-tiered tray to take me (and the kitchen table) from September to Thanksgiving. It is the first tiered tray that I did not use any of the “bitty bundles. I just filled it out and forgot about it.
LOOK WHAT I USED FOR A FALL-TIERED TRAY
Question: Where do you store your fall garland and faux pumpkins? If you are like me Ithey are stored in a bin. I found my bins at Target and love the slightly smaller size.
Sidenote: Has anyone noticed how everything from soup cans to eye drops are smaller?
Usually, I pull out the pinecones and pumpkins.
But this year I took another look at the castoffs.
Guess what I found:
the berry twig castoffs, the candle votives, and tired pinecones.
The random faux fall leaves and orphaned berry garland castoffs are perfect or a fall-tiered tray.
Using what you got to fill a layered tray is like a treasure hut through your bins and storage boxes! Thank you for stopping by today! I would love it if you follow me on Pinterest!
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Looking ahead? Here is how I decorated a Christmas-tiered tray!
WHERE DO I PUT THE TRAY?