♦ Before I have a Dish Rack
My parents’ kitchen was decorated 14 years ago When I was still in school. It was with a very traditional storage system. The shelf was built in concrete and coated with ceramics, in a really Chinese style. It wasn’t that bad to have a traditional kitchen storage system, but it just brought some inconvenience to us– we had no way but to pile the plates one on another. Consequently the plates were always wet and not so clean.
Therefore after I left my parents’ home and decided to build myself a new kitchen, I made up my mind to look for some functional kitchen accessory as replacement. Happily I found this following dish rack which perfectly match my need.
♦ With the Stainless Steel Dish Rack
As you see in the picture, the dish rack contains two tiers. It was installed in an open space, so I can get the dishes without opening and closing cabinet door. It’s much more convenient than to file the dishes in a stack! What’s more, the rack was made from stainless steel, which enables me to use it for years. Its upper tier supports up to 28 plates and the below tier supports 40 bowls — Big storage quantity. And a draining plate is equipped it to avoid messing up too. I really enjoy the design!
Apart from this fixed one, I’m considering having another portable free-standing dish rack as well. I plan to deliver it to my parents as a temporary replacement and once they begin to renovate their kitchen, the fixed one will take its place as well.
If you are also interested in them, why not take one. It deserves.