Zak Designs Perfect for presenting your freshly baked cupcakes or large and imposing pastries, this display with an original and colorful design, which mixes raspberry pink and apple green here, is available in many other colors. Make your choice !
Unique in it's genre
Y'a Pas le Feu au Lac Favorite for this painted wood display designed by the talented English designer Ed Carpenter. Arbor - that's its name - will stand up very elegantly in the center of your table thanks to its round lines and soft colors but will also present your cakes with delicacy.
Birkmann In a more classic style, this white ceramic tray, on foot and handcrafted, is made up of pretty decorative details. It will highlight all your pastries with great charm and you may even find some flavors of yesteryear.
In colored glass
Anton Studio This square display, in duck blue, is perfect to give style to your table until the presentation of your desserts. With pretty details and relief, this free-standing tray is the ideal accessory to present your preparations.
Jansen & Co Another model that makes us melt! This two-color cake display revisited by Anouk Jansen is available in white and gray-green, as here, or in white and yellow. A nice way to energize your table decor thanks to the whole range of the range, which is chewable.
Premier Housewares With its two levels, this cream-colored metal display offers you the possibility of having even more cupcakes. A good idea to better feast and satisfy a larger number of guests.
Even more sweets
Royal Albert This adorable cake stand reminds us of the old English tea rooms and vintage models that we saw on our grandmothers' tables. Nicely fashioned, this one, with its three floors, combines both a classic shape but also complex details in a liberty spirit, shabby chic trend. 68 euros
Bianca and Family In a radically different style, you will like this model to build yourself very easily! Vary the floors and colors, then present your desserts like in a pastry shop. 11.50 euros
Alessi Created by the Chinese designer Ma Yan Song, this tray, named Floating Earth, is practically a work of art. Conceived as a metaphor for the Earth, it uses the image of an ancestral tree, its "base" is made of wood and the four different floors are made of mirror-polished steel. To be placed in the center of the table, it can be transformed into a pretty pastry display.