ISSUE 61  |  Bath & Spa

5 Favorites: Makeshift Bath Trays

February 27, 2013 2:30 PM

BY Alexa Hotz

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For the bath enthusiasts among us, we've sleuthed out our favorite bath trays made from found objects, each with the sole purpose of holding bath brushes, reading material, and accompanying libations.

Above: A simple DIY bath board made from an old wooden ironing board or plank of wood; photograph from La Maison Douce.

Above L: A reclaimed bath board photographed by Mark Eden Schooley. Above R: A DIY board from Design Sense.

Above: LA interior designer Michaela Scherrer uses a dried banana leaf in an eco-minimal master bath in Malibu.

Above L: Reclaimed wooden boards sit across a freestanding bathtub. Photograph of Jason Gnewikow and Jeff Madalena's home via Design Sponge. Above R: A rough hewn bath plank via Martha Stewart Living.

Like the idea of making it yourself? Sift through 260 DIY Ideas to inspire this weekend's next project. For more Bath inspiration, take a look at the 13 Design Sleuth posts for the Bathroom in our archive.

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