Wood drying rack

These lovely wood drying racks are hand carved to hold water bottles, glass jars, beeswax wraps, reusable baggies, whatever else you wash, rinse and dry in your kitchen. They look beautiful on the counter and help things dry quickly by letting water drain out and air circulate.

The removable dowels make it easy to store in a drawer or cabinet, and you can rearrange them to hold whatever you need. We love that it's Seattle made and shaped like a little ship!

Use & Care

Let dry between uses. Remove dowels to store when necessary. Hand wash to keep clean. 

Size / Materials 

  • The base is 11 1/2" long by 2 1/2" wide by 1 1/2" tall off the counter.
  • The dowels are 11" long.
  • Each package comes with 10 dowels, which you can arrange and rearrange in the holes to fit your needs!
  • Unfinished pacific NW red cedar.


Brown paper and a recyclable paper label.


Hand carved in Seattle by an awesome guy named Bill.

End of Life

Compostable, even in backyard compost.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Hiroshi O. (New York, NY, US)
Absolutely Perfect for Drying Bottles

I don't want to be dramatic, but this drying rack has absolutely revolutionized the way that I dry dishes. I always had a problem with my plastic dish drainers in that my bottles always fell over and never dried correctly because water would always stay inside. This absolutely brilliantly designed boat absolutely fixed that problem. It is also great for drying my glass boba straw and cutting board. If you centre the bottles correctly, I can put the larger, heavier apple cider vinegar or other narrow-necked bottles on there without them falling over. I put the bottle in the centre if I have just one for balance and can even put one on each side if I want to dry two at once. The wood smells absolutely deliciously fragrant. The only issue I have is that once I put the three dowels in the centre, I am having a really difficult time removing them should I ever need to. The other ones that go on an angle on the sides are not a problem, but the three that go straight in the middle are not budging when I try to remove them. Those three went in really tightly while the ones on the sides are looser. It seems really durable, like it'll last a long while. One of my most used eco-friendly made-in-USA products of late.

Kyle (Greensburg, PA, US)
Dish Drying Rack

I really like this product. I live in a small apartment without a dishwasher. And it’s very compact yet effective!

Cynthia Rodgers (Seattle, WA, US)
wood drying rack

love this handy fun design!

Sarah Gaffin (Renton, WA, US)
Great product!

This is a great option for a counter top drying system. It’s simple and clean and doesn’t add clutter to the space. We use it for our reusable bags and our baby bottles and accompanying pieces!

sirgroiney (Renton, WA, US)
Every day a sail day

I use my bag boat almost every day. Today it has a recycled baggy on it, salad spinner and drying a recyclable! It sits in the corner of the counter ready to work.