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Spice Rack with Erasable Labels
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Spice Rack with Erasable Labels

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Spice storage is a tricky subject in most kitchens. You need them to be easily accessible, but you don't want them causing clutter. This wooden rack is one of the best solutions we've seen, as it actually makes our countertops look prettier, plus the ingenious erasable labels mean you can easily refill and customize the jars. The jars have simple screw on tops, and the labels come with a wet dry erase marker so you can change the names any time you need. Each rack is small enough to fit under cabinets or on a backsplash. Choose from a rack which holds 9 jars (5 ounces each) or 16 jars (3 ounces each), or buy a set of both. Easy-to-use wall toggles are included for mounting, and are some of the sturdiest we've used!

  • Made in: Portland, OR
  • Size: Small rack measures 8" H x 10 7/8" W x 3 3/8" D and holds 9 five-ounce jars; the large rack measures 8 5/8" H x 10 7/8" W x 2 5/8" D and holds 16 three-ounce jars.

Sourced from: Storage Studies

Sourced from Storage Studies: This shop is all about designing, building, and installing functional and beautiful storage solutions which increase the livability and value of a home. With skills in woodcutting technology and real-world design expertise, this line of shelving and furniture ideas is like a shortcut to the organized house you always wished you could have. We trust them for having a commitment to well-built, durable pieces that make how we live smarter and more efficient.

Standard Shipping: Ships in about 3 business days.

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