I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I’m just now getting into the tiered tray game. I’ve seen tons of them on Instagram but always got distracted before I could style my own. I finally made the time to buy a cute tiered tray from Target ($15!) and some super cute decorative pieces from Hobby Lobby (and some from thrifting) to style it for spring.
I am eager to add more tiered trays to my home decor, it’ll be great to have one in the kitchen s well. There are a ton of options out there so I want to take my time picking the right tiered tray. I bought this one because it was cheap and I was eager to have one in my life already. It’s not my absolute favorite, but now that it’s here and styled, I think it’s perfect.
The pieces I chose are versatile enough that they’ll be relevant all spring. When styling my tiered tray, I thought of it like a pegboard. I added pieces to empty spaces without making them looked cramped or forced. My favorite purchase was the tray of colored eggs. They make it easy to fill in the empty spaces and they’re adorable to boot. I was going to keep them in the tray they came in, but later decided to add them to my tiered tray.
Another thing I used as filler for the bottom tier was Easter grass. It really comes in handy for tiered tray styling. It makes filling in empty space quick and effortless while still looking great. A mini milk jug and a small decorative bird completed the second tier. I added a rabbit shelf sitter to the top and used clusters of checkered carrots to the top and bottom tiers to finish off my spring tiered tray.
It quickly became addictive so be on the lookout for a lot more tiered tray stylings to come. In the meantime, I’m excited to see how you decorate your tiered trays! Be sure to tag me on Instagram when you share