Giveaway: Python Tray from Blueprint Modern!


{Presmer Genuine Python Tray from Blueprint Modern}

Python trays have become chic staples that are as versatile as they are stylish. We’ve seen them in the pages of countless shelter magazines and in countless applications—on a well-styled bar, holding cosmetics and jewelry in the bathroom, resting atop an ottoman or a desk, and so on. LDV sponsor, Blueprint Modern is in the holiday spirit and will be giving away a genuine python tray by Presmer, a fabulous Houston-based python accessories line designed by my friend, Annsley Popov to one lucky winner! The tray measures 14” x 10” x 1.5”, so it’s the perfect size and retails for $277.00. Be sure to visit Blueprint Modern—the shop is stocked full of gorgeous goodies that make perfect holiday gifts!



{via Lonny}


{via Interior Designer, Elizabeth Sullivan}

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{via Fabulous K}



1. To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this blog post telling me how you would use this stylish python tray. Be sure to include your e-mail address so we can notify you if you are the winner!
2. Leave ONE comment on this post between today, Monday, December 16, 2012 and Friday, December 21, 2012. The winner will be notified on Saturday, December 22, 2012. 
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  1. I think if I were to win this, I would simply stare at it for the first week or so. 🙂

    Then I would put it in my bathroom to hold my nicer makeup brushes etc. Then move it to the dining room. Then to the bedroom. I would be moving it everywhere so that I can see it as much as possible.

  2. Lovely! I would use this on my vanity to display my collection of fragrances (all too pretty to sock away in a cupboard).

    Best, Lisa


  3. What a stunning tray! There is absolutely no way I could keep this beauty all to myself. It would go (perfectly, mind you) on the table in our front hall; a perfect collector for two sets of keys, two phones… and a Fredrich Weinberg brass giraffe.

  4. I would love to use this on my vanity! I’d put a few glass dishes to hold rings, earrings and bracelets on it, along with a beautiful vase of flowers.


  5. Gorgeous little darling that would look just lovely in my home office!

    Great Giveaway!

    xoxo- Tiffany

    (follow fb, twitter, blog, and of course shared ;))

  6. This tray is gorgeous! I also think it is very veritable and can be used in just about every room in the house. I think I’d have to style it in our family room for starters. I would display it on our coffee table with books, a magnifying glass and a small vase of flowers.

  7. Love your blog. I would definitely put it in my bedroom so that it would be one of the first things I see in the morning. A simple beautiful reminder to take time to appreciate the little things in life. However, I think I would have to get more to spread around the house and as gifts. Have to share what makes me happy!

  8. Oh, this would be a terrific addition to the coffee table in my home office. A small Hopi plate and an antique sextant would start the collection on it……hmmmmmmm……

  9. Love, love and would not limit to one room…would fancy up with all my fave things and put in the room that needed a little glamming up that day! I could see a pretty bud vase with a bright pink peony in it and next to it maybe a few favorite books and top it with a handsomely framed pic of my family. all of my gems .could be showcased on top of a beautiful tray! BEEEEEEEAUTIFUL! Xo, Liza

  10. That is GORGEOUS ! Anywhere I would use this, on my coffee table or bedside table, it would be stunning ! My motif is animal too so it would definitely go with the decor !! Good Luck to ALL – I LOVE YOUR BLOG Paloma ~ Happy Holidays too from COOLSTYLN@GMAIL.COM

  11. I would DIE for a python tray. Would look beautiful styled up in my bedroom or walk in closet with some pretty perfume bottles and chanel lipstick.

    mandyjgriffith (at) aol (dot) com

  12. Oh My! This tray would house all of my perfume bottles! I have loved fragrances for the longest time. Chanel, Jo Malone, Issey Miyake, Angel…way too many to name. During my recent renovation, all of my lovelies were stuck on a closet shelf. Now that the renovation is (almost) complete, I brought them out to be displayed. This tray would be a divine addition to my master suite. Thank you for the opportunity to win!


  13. This would be the perfect finishing touch to my office! I would include a mint julep cup filled with black warrior pencils, a small bone bowl filled with small binder clips, a chic Danish letter opener and my moleskin journal. And a bus vase with flowers when I plan ahead.

  14. I have already given away the tray used in my pic in this post, so I could definitely use this gorgeous real python one on my bedroom chest for perfumes and jewelry. It is stunning!
    xoxo -elizabeth sullivan (

  15. I would use that beauty in my dressing room to hold my perfume bottles or use it to serve champagne to my girlfriends while preparing for a night out on the town.

    Forgot my email address: psilovethis at gmail dot com

  16. The Pynon tray would look fantastic in my living room on the ottoman I use as my table. Right now I have a large round shallow woven basket. This beautiful tray would give my living room a whole new chic and trendy look. I have a few accessories that I can stylize the tray with.

  17. Great giveaway! I would be thrilled to win this and probably would use it in my butler’s pantry which is one of my favorite places in my home. There are so many places for this tray…….HOPE I’m the lucky winner!
    linda miller
    south carolina

  18. This is a perfect tray! And I know just how we’d use it – on our bar cart, which has glass shelves and could use a little something to give them some weight 🙂 Thank you!

  19. This tray is gorgeous! I think it would make a lovely addition to my nightstand holding a beautiful, full orchid, a little Nate Berkus brass bowl for catching rings and earrings at the end of the night, and a chic little clock. I can picture it now!


  20. This would be an excellent tray on my grey dresser. I imagine a my mercury glass jewelry box, a couple of perfume bottles and a vase with some pink ranunculus or pink peonies! Thanks for the chance to win.

  21. Thanks for the chance to win! This would look great on my dresser with mercury glass, perfume bottles and a small vase with either pink peonies or ranunculus.

  22. I would put it on my dining roomm table and put a vase full of flowers on it. Or use in my bedroom for my shades and a quick place to put my jewelery. Its sooooo gorgeous!