Wooden Tub Tray

By Kristen Flanagan

A plank of beautifully knotted Douglas fir creates a naturally elegant tub tray. Cut a board -- either reclaimed or store-bought -- so that it's a few inches wider than your tub. Sand the wood and seal it with a watertight finish. If you are worried about the board sliding sideways, screw a scrap of wood to the underside at each end, just outside the tub's rim.

Minwax Polycrylic Satin Protective Finish, $20 for 1 quart, homedepot.com. Cotton woven bath rug, in white, $34, rh.com. Oak nail brush, $26, brookfarmgeneralstore.com.

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