Setting Up a Toast-Making Station

Making toast was making a mess of my kitchen so I used a vintage silver tray to corral toaster, butter, and knives away from the main prep area. Then I set up a seagrass basket for bread close by. A cute distressed frame chalkboard completes the space.
Organize a toast-making station using a pretty tray.
Keep the bread close by in a great textured basket.
Add a fun chalkboard with a related message to complete the space.

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  • Martha Hoffman
    on Oct 10, 2013

    I am going to try this idea. It looks like it could work out well. Love the tray idea.

  • Frances
    on Oct 13, 2013

    I like the mason jar and the tray. I don't like the crumbs all over either and I have just the tray. Thanks for the great idea.

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