Wood-Handled Dish Rack
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You wash, I’ll dry.
We finally found it! A dish rack that looks neat on your countertop and (dare we say) is good looking. The Japanese design is minimalist: a white steel frame with walnut handles. The open design has slots to stand up plates and cutting boards, or fill it with pots, pans, and bowls. The plastic utensil container hangs over any of the sides and has lots of holes in the bottom for drainage; it’s removable for scrubbing away soapy buildup. And the high-sided, white plastic drainage tray keeps water from puddling all over your countertops. No more fighting who washes and who dries—this countertop staple will eliminate half the work!
Photography by Rocky Luten and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Rack is steel; Handles are ash wood with a water resistant lacquer finish; Utensil holder and drainage tray are ABS resin.
Rack is 19” L x 13” W x 8” H
Care & Notes -
Hand wash. Avoid using thinners and bleach on wood handles.
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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