£25.00

Lovingly handcrafted, these rustic bath tray are made from chunky, rustic reclaimed scaffold tread boards. Made from beautifully worn and aged scaffold board and showing all its history as a working item, these trays are full of unique charm and industrial provenance.

Each tray has reclaimed wooden feet that secure it in place and prevent it from slipping into the bath. These feet are attached with wooden dowels and cemented with a waterproof glue, making the tray robust and durable and keeping you bath in a good condition.

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Lovingly handcrafted, these rustic bath tray are made from chunky, rustic reclaimed scaffold tread boards. Made from beautifully worn and aged scaffold board and showing all its history as a working item, these trays are full of unique charm and industrial provenance.

Each tray has reclaimed wooden feet that secure it in place and prevent it from slipping into the bath. These feet are attached with wooden dowels and cemented with a waterproof glue, making the tray robust and durable and keeping you bath in a good condition.

Finished with clear wax to enhance and protect the wood, these trays repel water. Placed over the bath, you can have all your soaps and bottles to hand. Light some tea light candles and rest a glass of wine and a good book and you have all the ingredients for a purely indulgent soak.

Enjoy some well-deserved down-time with some Modern Rustic style.

To ensure your bath tray fits your bath correctly they are made to order. Please see the note below on how to order your tray to the correct size.

How To Order Your Super-Stylish Bath Tray
1. Measure the outside of your bathtub from side to side (or outside edge to the wall if the bath is up against it). This is the outside measurement in cm.
2. Measure the inside of your bathtub from side to side. This is the inside measurement in cm.
3. Is your bath close to a wall? If so, what is the measurement (in cm) from the wall to the inside edge of the tub? Where possible, we’ll make the tray long enough to overhang the outside edge of the bath by 2cm. If this isn’t possible, we’ll aim to make the tray symmetrical, long enough for one edge to reach the wall.