Published at Thursday, 10 January 2019. Dish Rack. By Nanon Lecuyer.
Created out of necessity, like most accessories we use today, the dish drying rack has much evolved lately and is no longer regarded as just a simple basic item for the kitchen. The designs have evolved to incorporate other functions as well and they’ve been embellished while being simplified at the same time. The next 12 examples were selected to reflect these ideas.
Other designs focus more on functionality, like this beautiful avocado-colored dishrack. It has easy grip handles and a self-draining spout as well as a built-in utensil holder. Its design is simple and straight-forward but without lacking style
A simple, reasonably priced dish drainer that gets the job done. The tines hold up plates and glasses while they‘re drying. This is the dish drainer I have in my tiny apartment. It holds more dishes than you‘d think, and stands up behind the faucet when not in use. This is the dish drainer I have in my tiny apartment. It holds more dishes than you‘d think, and stands up behind the faucet when not in use.
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