Published at Thursday, 10 January 2019. Dish Rack. By Kettil Huber.
In my Brooklyn apartment, I had exactly 9.5 inches of counter space next to the sink. Watching anyone cook in that kitchen was like watching some sort of freak choreography: chopping on a small cutting board placed inside the sink and balancing bowls on top of burners. No dishwasher either, but I wasn’t giving up those precious 9.5 inches to a clunky dish drainer. We went for an over-the-sink wood version instead and it was a lifesaver—often doubling as an extra surface.
We suggest hanging this wire rack in the small nook behind your stove (what else were you going to do with that space anyway?), and then storing anything from pots and pans to spoons and spatulas and even a colander.
Some more modern options let you integrate the dish drying rack into the kitchen countertop. Here, for example, the rack occupied the back portion of the countertop, behind the sink and close to the wall. The design is long and narrow, with a sleek look. The only remaining mystery is drainage.
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