These Cute Catchalls and Trays Will Ensure You Never Lose Your Keys Again
A catchall does exactly what its name implies: It corrals small, easy-to-lose items like your keys, wallet, or jewelry in one readily accessible place. They're essential if you have a penchant for losing these items; keeping everything in one consistent spot makes them easier to find in a pinch. And while these trays certainly have an important job, they can be stylish, too—you never have to sacrifice form for function. Ahead, several of our favorite catchalls, from marble and leather dishes to ceramic iterations, to shop right now.
- Leather Catchall: Pottery Barn ″Marlo″ Leather Catchall
- Concrete Catchall: FleshandBlooms Concrete Shallow Bowl
- Marble Catchall: Crate & Barrel French Kitchen Marble Rectangle Tray
- Modern Catchall: Jonathan Adler Tiger Valet Tray
- Black-and-White Catchall: btw Ceramics Torrent Catchall
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Handmade in California, this catchall was inspired by torrential West Coast downpours. The piece is the perfect size for storing anything from keys to small trinkets.
Shop Now: btw Ceramics Torrent Catchall, $30, westelm.com.
Choose from white gold, black, tan, white, gray, or blush when ordering one of these leather catchalls; the small tray features a pinched corner design.
Shop Now: Pottery Barn "Marlo" Leather Catchall, $99, potterybarn.com.
This ceramic piece—which comes in a rainbow of colors—looks more like a piece of modern art than a storage solution. Its design was inspired by the still-life artwork created by Danish modernist Vilhem Lundstrøm.
Shop Now: Raawii Strøm Bowl, $68, store.moma.org.
Designed by Clara von Zweigbergk, this nested set is customizable if you decide to splurge on all sizes; select pieces in different hues for a mix-and-match effect.
Shop Now: HAY "Kaleido" Tray Set, $62.90, us.hay.com.
This platter by Sheldon Ceramics comes in three different sizes, so it's easy to find one that meets your specific needs (perhaps you have a few sets of keys to keep track of!).
Shop Now: Sheldon Ceramics Farmhouse Coupe Trays, $105, sheldonceramics.com.
Based off a piece originally created for Alice Water's California café Chez Panisse in 2006, this catchall is a throwback to traditional French restaurant ware. A portion of every purchase is donated to the Edible Schoolyard Project.
Shop Now: Heath Ceramics Chez Panisse Line Café Bowl, $37, heathceramics.com.
Keep track of smaller items with this asymmetrical concrete catchall, which is available in white, black, gray, or terra-cotta.
Shop Now: Fibala Concrete Tray, $15, etsy.com.
This set is composed of three separate pieces that can be arranged in a layout that works for you; we're partial to the dessert-inspired shades.
Shop Now: Holistic Habitat Tri-Color Half Moon Metal Trays, $51 for set of three, holistichabitatclt.com.