Dish-Drying Racks That Don’t Hog Counter Space, Via Houzz.com
Cleverly concealed in cabinets or mounted in or above the sink, these racks cut kitchen cleanup time without creating clutter
Also consider placement. It’s easiest if your plate rack drips right into the sink.
Tip: When drying dishes behind closed doors, it’s important to use a rack rather than stacking them. Stacking wet dishes in a dark environment traps moisture and encourages the growth of potentially harmful bacteria.
This style of drying rack is hard to come by in the U.S., but you could achieve the same effect by hiding a rack with a removable tray (like this one) inside a kitchen cupboard.
If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’sadjustable rack, which is great for drying cups and wineglasses.
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