Published at Thursday, January 10th 2019. by Kettil Huber in Dish Rack.
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.
A little bit of vintage flair can really put a kitchen over the top. This double dish rack reflects this idea perfectly. Simple but elegant and charming, the design is space-saving and the materials used give it its vintage appearance. The tray is made of mango wood complemented by an iron stand with a blackened finish
All you have to do is hang the wire basket from the ceiling in one of the corners of your kitchen. It’s great for storing garlic and onions on the top; bananas, avocados, and oranges in the middle; and bread and other large items in the bottom basket.
If you have an empty nook on your kitchen counter, transform it into an appliance garage. A sliding cabinet door keeps your counter space visually decluttered and serene, and you’ll always know where your Magic Bullet is hiding.
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.
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