Top 10: Bar Trays

tray-01 We tried to pick just one design from Iomoi, but all of the custom lacquered trays are so charming and colorful, it just seemed impossible. We wish you the best of luck deciding. Iomoi Custom Trays, From $150, Iomoi
tray-09 This wood and bone patterned tray from John Robshaw will complete any bohemian's dream lounge. Metallic Bone Tray, $198, Calypso St. Barth 
tray-08 The hand-dyed canvas of this rectangular tray is as well-worn as your favorite chambray shirt, which as we all know pairs well with any ensemble. Pigeon & Poodle Lambeth Chambray Tray, $205, Zinc Door
tray-07 If your cocktail hour tends to run long (and there's nothing wrong with that), this Perimeter Tray with a removable carrara marble cheese board is perfect for refilling with those second-wind supplies. Perimeter Tray, $250, Horne
tray-06 Monogrammed items can often feel too formal, however when done up on a lacquered gold tray, they are nothing but fresh. Square Lacquer Tray, $41, West Elm
tray-05 Reclaimed barnwood is paired handsomely with tailored leather handles and bronzed tinted mirror, making a suitable companion for any bar or ottoman. Ottoman Tray, $130, weareMFEO 
tray-04 Whether or not you just returned from safari, incorporate some porcupine into your scene for instant exotic appeal. Have no guilt though, these quills are faux with a hand-painted finish. Porcupine Quill Tray, $420, Horchow
tray-03 A little bit of lucite goes a long way. This square tray allows whatever barware or accessories you're storing steal all of the attention. Format Square Tray, $40, CB2
tray- Artist Brian Gennett creates one-of-a-kind pieces from vintage and antique book covers. We may forgo accessorizing these trays, and simply admire their original beauty. Handmade Tray, Price Upon Request, Brian Gennett
tray-02 The fresh kelly green of this lacquered tray reminds us of the grass courts at Wimbledon. So much so, we just might need to stir up some Pimm's Cup cocktails. Swing Design Elle Lacquer Tray, $120, Bloomingdales