Published at Thursday, 10 January 2019. Dish Rack. By Madelon Gobert.
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.
"That‘s a really pretty dish rack is a thought you have had, perhaps, never. But that‘s all about to change. Which is good news for everyone who washes dishes, but especially good news for renters living in smaller apartments without a dishwasher, where the dish rack works especially hard — and can have a huge visual impact on a tiny kitchen.
Drying racks can be used for much more than just drying dishes. Some people like to use them as cooling racks for cookies, cake, bread, and other baked goods. If you decide to buy one of the dish racks we recommend, don’t throw out your old one. Apartment Therapy offers a number of useful ways to repurpose dish drainers. You might use your old dish rack to organization mail or files, as a planter, or as a book caddy.
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