A compact dish rack that fits inside the sink and holds a ton? This is it!
I have a new dish rack, and it’s pretty great.
For many years I used this heavy-duty steel frame dish rack from simplehuman, and if you have the counter space for it, it’s a solid choice – sturdy, good-looking, and able to hold a ton of dishes.
But it’s a beast, and I eventually grew tired of giving up precious counter space for it.
To replace it I went searching for an in-sink dish rack (I have a double sink) that would hold a lot of dishes and be able to live rust-free in my sink. And I found it!
Chef’n’s DishGarden dish rack ($16 from Amazon) is a genius design, and I’m shocked I didn’t buy it earlier.
The circular setup, with its array of plastic posts, holds so much more than traditional plates-go-in-these-slots dish racks. You can fit things in at any angle, which lends itself well to piling up. The rack fits neatly into my sink; it’s angled so it directs water out a silicone spout right into my sink drain; it’s easy to clean; and it only cost me $16.
I’ve had it for a few months now and am completely satisfied.
Cheers to good tools!
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Cambria Bold is the Product and Lifestyle Director for Simply Recipes. She has almost a decade's worth of online editorial experience and know-how, first as the Managing Editor for Apartment Therapy's green living site Re-Nest (RIP) and later as the Design and Lifestyle Editor for The Kitchn. She lives in the Twin Cities with her husband and their two little girls. And, yes, this is her real name.
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