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Cape Cod Tray

Krista Ewart Design

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Cape Cod Tray
Cape Cod Tray
Cape Cod Tray

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Product Information

Made of:

metal

Dimensions:

1.5"H x 13.5"Dia

Color/finish:

blue/yellow

Care:

Hand-wash.

Damages:

patina on underside; normal wear on front

Why We Love This

Midcentury metal bar tray painted with map of Cape Cod.

Why We Love This

Midcentury metal bar tray painted with map of Cape Cod.

About Krista Ewart Design

“Growing up in the Southern California sun, creativity was in the air that I breathed,” says L.A. interior designer Krista Ewart, who watched her mother decorate the family’s vintage golf cart for parades, paint birthday banners for friends, and bring new life to tired antiques for her consignment shop. Krista’s own love of design and fabrics led her from fashion to interiors. Her influences have included everything from an interesting letterpress to the cotton napkins at the new corner bakery to her daughter’s watercolor and glitter-glue creations.