You wash, I’ll dry.

Eyeing up those grey and blush hues? Us too. That’s why you’ll only find them here.

We finally found it: a dish rack that looks neat on your countertop and (dare we say) is good looking, too. It has a minimalist Japanese design, with a clean-cut steel frame with ash wood handles. There's slots to stand up plates and cutting boards, or you can fill it with pots, pans, and bowls. See the plastic utensil container? It hangs over any of the sides and has lots of holes in the bottom for drainage—it’s even removable for scrubbing away soapy buildup. Then there's the high-sided, plastic drainage tray, which keeps water from puddling all over your countertops. No more over fighting who washes and who dries—this countertop staple has half the work handled.