Everyday, every-way trays.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, decoratively painted thin metal trays known as toleware were a common sight in American kitchens. This modern version features a set of 3 trays that forgo the decorative painting for a clean, basic black. They’re made of lightweight but sturdy mild steel, making them perfect for every little task around the house, from catching keys by the front door to serving breakfast in bed.