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THE BIG DESIGN MARKET

THE BIG DESIGN MARKET

Come say 'Hej' at The Big Design Market in Sydney, Royal Hall of Industries 24-26 Nov. Check out our handcrafted wooden trays, coasters and accessories as well as tray tables! 

We can't wait to be back at The Big Design Market Sydney 2017.

Last year's event was pivotal for The Tray Shop... it was our first big event and the awesome response is what made mum and me try to take things to the next level.

In addition to meeting amazing customers, Alexia Biggs ended up featuring one of our trays in The Sydney Morning Herald and designer Kevin Brackley popped by to introduce himself.... a year later I'm stoked that we now have trays and mini trays (a.k.a) coasters featuring Kevin's artwork as part of our range.

To make things even better, a mini tray with Kevin's artwork is part of the Fri & Sun Show Bags at The Big Design Market - 300 bags are available each day and they're only $15 so get in early!

Hope to see you there. 

/Rickard 




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