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There’s a reason breakfast in bed is the perfect way to kickstart Valentine’s Day. After all, there’s something so decadent about relaxing against your pillows, sipping a mimosa, while eating freshly made pancakes with your sweetheart. But the experience loses some of its magic when you’re stuck trying to balance sticky plates on top of your comforter, or, even worse, sopping up spilled orange juice. Well, we’ve found a solution that could easily become the MVP of your household accessories: A foldable tray that comes with built-in holders for your glass, plus tons of surface area to prop bowls and plates, and even a rust-proof metal support for a book/tablet. Plus the $40 tray is backed with a solid 4.3-star rating.
Made of 100% bamboo, the foldable tray from Zicheng is both sturdy and stylish — and a vast improvement from the standard, printed metal snack trays. Even better? It weighs in at just under 6 pounds, so it’s easy to carry, even when loaded up with food.
But what if breakfast in bed isn’t on your Valentine’s Day agenda and you just want to spend the day (or any day, for that matter) relaxing in the tub, binge-watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina? This tray’s got you covered. With legs that fold upward and sides that extend up to 43-inches — enough to span the width of most bathtubs — this tray easily morphs into a roomy bath caddy.
“Fits my bathtub perfectly,” confirmed one reviewer, who praised the “functional divider that secured wine glass, candle, etc.” The extendable sides also feature anti-slip grips, so you won’t have to worry about your tray sliding around your soapy tub.
The leg height is also adjustable (extending from approximately 7 inches to 9 inches), so the versatile tray can easily be propped on the couch and used as a makeshift desk or a dining table. Once you’re done, simply fold the legs and slide it under the couch.
Not surprisingly many reviewers noted that the tray makes a great gift. “I bought this for my mom,” said one. “She loves it.”
And hey, Mother’s Day is less than three months away…