The large IN Tray shown with fruit makes a beautiful centerpiece for any table.
Large and medium IN Trays are shown stacked.
The medium is a great place to stash everyday items like your phone.
The set of three looks great stacked.
Inspired by Isamu Noguchi's coffee table, the IN Tray samples the shape of the glass top and bears his initials in its name.
The natural tung oil creates a smooth, tactile, finish that allows you to feel the wood.
The tung oil is hand rubbed, bring out the walnut wood's color and richness.
The small, medium and large IN Tray lined up in a row.
The piece is CNC milled, feet and all from a solid slab of walnut.
Each tray is etched with the manufacturer's name and where it is made, in Saint Louis, Missouri.  Custom inscriptions are also available.

The IN Tray is somewhere between a sculptural object, a home accessory and an heirloom quality piece of furniture. It’s a great place to set things whether they are precious or mundane. The design was inspired by Isamu Noguchi’s iconic mid-century table. The outline of the table top was “sampled” then repeated, scaled and rotated to create the form of the design. The tray’s elegance derives from the simplicity of it’s concept and the complexity of it’s form.

The trays are available in small, medium, and large sizes individually and in sets of two and three for a limited time on Kickstarter.