Live and Let Dry
You're done with the dishes, your cloth is soaked, and you have a few plastic baggies rinsed and ready to drip. (Why waste when you can reuse?) Instead of trying to prop your dishcloth and those little bags on spoon handles, hang 'em on this charming drying rack. It includes five aluminum spokes—each topped with a found stone—to keep your dryables in place. The spokes easily turn, to make room for whatever they're holding. They also come out, making storage simple, but the stones and salvaged granite base look so lovely you'll want to keep it on your counter all the time. Handmade by Arra David and Anne Johnson and their talented team in Windham, New Hampshire, the Granite State.
Due to the recycled and handmade nature of this item, each found beach stone is unique and granite color will vary.
We took a road trip to visit Anne and Arra in New Hampshire, where they welcomed us with hard cider and put us straight to work. See the whole story on our blog.