If you’re looking for new ways to decorate your home and elevate your kitchen, look no further than everybody’s go-to membership warehouse club, Costco. The retail giant has had a busy year dulling out popular releases ahead of the holiday season. Between the fan-favorite ham carving station and the instantly sold out LEGO Thanksgiving centerpiece, it’s almost as if Costco has a master holiday plan in place. And as we inch even closer to gift-giving season, the retailer continues to raise the bar with items that membership holders are just not going to want to pass up on.
Spotted by the fine people at Costco Buys, the latest hot find to grace the shelves of Costco’s oversized aisles comes in the form of a 2-piece Birdrock Home Serving Tray set. Retailing for only $29.99, this handcrafted woven set of serving trays is sustainably sourced from the Philippines and features both an oval and rectangular-shaped trays—which are perfect for use in any room of the house.
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Each tray contains variations in the natural fibers, making each piece unique in its own way, and features a durable and decorative design that is integrated with handles for easy transportation. And while the cost may seem a bit steep for just two trays, the handcrafted design and unique features from piece to piece is what gives this set enough character to add to your home decor.
Whichever space you decide to use them in, the durable nature of the Birdrock Home Serving Tray gives them the versatility to tackle any use. Use one in the bathroom to hold your hand soap and essential oils, or alternatively as a coffee table centerpiece holding magazines and the TV remote.
Whatever way you look at it, these trays are a great find ahead of the holiday season and, even if they don’t suit your fancy, would make an excellent gift for the home decorators in the family. And if the price tag is still a point of contention, items like this do tend to go on sale from time to time, so keep an eye out for a potential price drop ahead of the holidays.