8 Kitchen Rack That Will Inspire You To Update Your Kitchen

20 Jun, 2022
Modern Kitchen Design Services Singapore

The kitchen rack is an essential part of any kitchen in Singapore. You need one to hold pots, pans, and utensils in place and to keep them from falling off. The best kitchen rack in Singapore is the one that is able to support heavy weights and has sufficient stability and safety to prevent accidental falls. This kitchen rack should have a strong structure, solid steel frame, and non-slip base. It should also be easy to clean and repair. In addition, it should be aesthetically pleasing and attractive so that it adds value to your home in Singapore.

Umbra U Dry Drying Rack

The Umbra set comes with a folding drying mat comprising three layers of microfiber, foam, and mesh as well as a removable frame for plates, lids, and utensils. It quickly dries and is quite absorbent. She also notes that the Umbra is solid enough to keep platters erect with elevated slates even if it doubles as a tiny dish rack.

  • Polypropylene, microfiber 
  • Removable rack, drying mat  
  • 24” x 18” x 2.5” 
  • 2.25 pounds
  • Price: $8

Seropy Roll Up Dish Rack

Creates a platform that allows the dishwasher to drain and for items to dry while still giving me some sink space. When you require her entire sink, you can roll it back up.

  • Steel, silicone 
  • Dishwasher-safe 
  • 17.6” x 1.97” x 1.93
  • 10.2 ounces
  • Price: $17

Umbra Sinkin Multi-Use Drying Rack

Interior and prop stylists praised Umbra’s Sinkin racks. This extendable kitchen rack fits within the sink, outside it, or on top of it. To prevent puddles and wet dish towels on the counter, this one can sit directly into the sink rather than using a tray or spout. uses the non-expandable version in contrast.

  • Metal, polypropylene 
  • Non-slip rubber feet, utensil holder, low-profile 
  • 14.37” x 11.3” x 5.48” 
  • 2.88 pounds
  • Price: $20

Five Two Over-the-Sink Dish Drying Rack

It rolls across the sink, drains used dishwater, and has a folding, perforated caddie. The kitchen rack does a great job drying dishes. After light meals, it is suggested for quick rinses and cleanup. The rack may double as a countertop in an emergency. It can also be used as a produce-rinsing station and as a trivet (it can bear heat up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit).

  • Steel, silicone 
  • Perforated edges, utensil holder, dishwasher safe 
  • Up to 20.5” x 3” when rolled out
  • 2.3 pounds
  • Price: $45

Yamazaki Tower Wire Dish Rack

This kitchen rack, which has a rotating spout,  was able to accommodate a Dutch oven, plates, glasses, and a coffee pot. To ensure that everything flows out, Firkser advises keeping the rack at a modest slant. It costs just around $60, which is more than her previous dish racks but still a good purchase. Since she purchased it two years ago, the appliance has endured numerous wipes and washes (of the utensil holder, base, spout, and associated stopper).

  • Steel, resin 
  • Rotating spout, utensil holder 
  • 9.06” x 16.54” x 6.69 
  • 3.97 pounds
  • Price: $59

Brabantia Foldable Dish Rack

With its shallow grill-like grooves, this one includes an integrated drip tray that also doubles as storage for cookware and glassware and is easy to clean. The twin silverware canisters, which you can attach to either end of the top shelf and are cleverly situated outside the drying rack, ensure that there is adequate airflow for everything to properly air dry. With this kitchen rack design, wine glass hooks are also incorporated. You can store each component separately once you’re done.

  • Metal, silicone 
  • Drip tray, hooks, two utensil holders 
  • 16.54” x 20.08” x 12.99 
  • 3.5 pounds
  • Price: $77

 

Simplehuman Kitchen Compact Steel Frame Dish Rack

The swivel spout that directs all of the water into your sink rather than a flat drip tray may be its most inventive feature. Without the pool of soapy water at the bottom, the unit is kept “practically immaculate.” notwithstanding how much you stack on top of one another. You may pick between compact and full size, unlike other items on our list.

  • Steel 
  • Swivel spout, utensil holder, anti-slip rubber feet, fingerprint-proof finish 
  • 15” x 15.5” x 12” 
  • 4 pounds
  • Price: $80

Yamazaki Two-Tier Dish Rack

The rack might function best in larger kitchens because of its wealth of space-saving choices. The second layer contains side hooks for oddly shaped utensils or a sponge wand, while the lowest level has a draining board with the same Yamazaki spout that can be removed to free up counter space. Up to ten plates can fit on the top, while the bottom can hold pots, bowls, and many glasses.

  • Steel, resin, silicone 
  • Rotating swivel, movable draining board, utensil holder, hooks 
  • 8.66” x 16.14” x 12.99 
  • 5.51 pounds
  • Price: $88

If you are looking for a kitchen rack in Singapore, SHEinterior will be a good place to start. We’re an accredited business, based on our reputation and the customer reviews we’ve received. We have many years of experience in kitchen interior design and can help you create the perfect kitchen rack for your kitchen in Singapore.

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