Bathtub Tray: Made from recycled wood

May 15, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

This is a bathtub tray I made in my woodshop from recycled pallet wood (maple). It is 42″ long and 12″ wide, with a dark-stained distressed look, with many original nail holes.  The lightweight design also features gaps between the slats allow for easy water drainage and handles on either end.  The tray is a great place to keep your book,  brushes, beverage or mirror as you enjoy a relaxing bath.  I can make a custom size of you, and custom stain as well.

This tray was selected by Jill Valeri (The Welcome Home: Interior Design Solutions) to be featured in the 36 annual Baltimore Symphony Orchestra 2012 decorators’ show house.




Bathtub Tray $100 

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I am a lifelong craftsman, specializing in video and sound production, photography, woodcraft, landscaping, aquarium design and gardening. My passion is to visualize, design, and build, and to see things grow. I am married with 3 great kids, two dogs, and a plethora of fish. Professionally, I am an associate professor at George Mason University, specializing in Hydrology and Water Resources.