Work Hacks: Stylish and practical letter trays
For fans of a classic and tasteful look, this sturdy hand-crafted leather rack keeps letters and documentation smartly filed away. It contains two sections for 'urgent' and 'non-urgent' correspondence and it can be matched with other pieces in this collection by Ginger Rose, including a desk blotter and pen pot.
The nation's go-to store for contemporary and inexpensive storage solutions, Ikea typically comes up with a pleasing minimally designed letter tray. The Kvissle has four pull-out compartments with cork liner at the bottom to keep papers in place and they can be stored vertically as well as upright. At 32cm high it won't take over desk space.
Wood brings warmth to the often sterile, cable-laden, computer-dominated office environment. This three-tiered document tray from Osco has a beech-effect finish and ebony edging and looks great on desks. It's more than just a letters tray because the top section can easily accommodate A4 paper and magazines.
Made with love
As creators of bespoke home and desk accessories, Harris & Jones brings elegance to work spaces whether you're a creative working from home or you'd just like to update your working environs. This handmade tray comes in eight different designs by marbler Jemma Lewis, can be stacked either tiered or vertically and is fitted with a pad to protect surfaces.
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