Dish Riser (Set of 2)
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Create more space.
Give yourself some extra cabinet storage with minimal steel dish risers, designed in Japan. The shelves they create are shallow (roughly 6” deep for the large and 5” deep for the small), so we suggest using them for small plates and bowls (we use ours with salads plates that are roughly 7.5” in diameter). The bottom of the large riser is open, so you can fit dinner-sized plates underneath. The smaller size is a nifty find for narrow cabinets (which already give you so little space to begin with!) Choose from a set of 2 small, a set of 2 large, or a set that includes one of each size.
Please note the risers do not stack. Not suggested for use with cups or plates larger than 8” in diameter.
Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom, and Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Small riser is 10” L at bottom (8.6" L at top) x 8” W x 3” H (shelf is roughly 5” deep, openings between slats are roughly 1.4” W); Large riser is 18” L at bottom (15.7" L at top) x 8” W x 3” H (shelf is roughly 6” deep, openings between slats are roughly 1” W)
Care & Notes -
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Meet the Maker
Yamazaki Home is a Japanese home goods company that has been designing sleek organizational tools to refresh and simplify your life for over 100 years. Inspired by life in Japan, where cities are particularly dense, their focus is on clever, space-saving solutions.View Full Profile
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