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Storage: Kitchen Counter Tray

Julie Carlson January 27, 2009

From Francesca & Julie:

One of our strategies for containing kitchen-counter clutter is a tray for olive oil, vinegar, salt—all the cooking essentials you need. That way you can keep everything close at hand but tidily corralled.

Above: The sleek 5006 Tray, designed in 1982 by Italian architect Ettore Sottsass, is $120 at Unica Home for the small size (15.25 by 11 inches).

Above: The Mudroom Boot Tray from Williams-Sonoma has a slightly smaller profile (30 by 13 by 2 inches) and costs $49.95.

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5006 Tray

$122.40 USD from Unica Home

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