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SUNNERSTA Rail with 4 hooks and 2 containers, white

Price $ 6.99

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When every little centimetre counts SUNNERSTA accessories come to the rescue with storage possibilities that keep things close at hand and your countertop free from clutter.

Article Number404.545.60

Product details

Helps free up space on your countertop while keeping cooking utensils close at hand.

Use the hooks to store your kitchenware on the wall and fit more into your cabinets and drawers.

Can be used in high humidity areas.


Henrik Preutz


Length: 60 cm (23 5/8 ")

Height: 14 cm (5 1/2 ")

Depth: 13 cm (5 1/8 ")

Ratings and reviews

Difficult to hangDarleneDifficult to hang2
Love it JennyNice quality 5
Good valueLiseI see these up to gold pens, pencils, paint brushes, etc, on the kids’ craft area. Easy to install, good price, works well and looks a lot tidier than before!5
I love the modularity ofAvelI love the modularity of this system. Simple and clean.5
Handy and easy to accessGeraldAs an artist they are great for my wife’s brushes and such5
Sunnersta In ClassroomJillI am loving this product as an addition to my art centre as well as my light tables.5
Great valueTeresaLove the value, but disappointed that you can't buy the cups separately if you want more and it doesn't come with the screws.4
Great item. Perfect for myAndreaGreat item. Perfect for my use!5
Hanging shelf with cupsPaulaThese completed the shelf with containers.5
AwesomeRochelleMy husband uses this to hold his art markers5
Like them, but the plastic is very thin...CorrinneI love the idea of these, but the quality is not great, would rather pay more for a more durable item.3
GreatShellyPut it by my bathroom sink for razors, contact lenses, small bottle lotion etc. Nice way to store stuff and hang a wet facecloth.5
It is the perfect solutionMichelleIt is the perfect solution for behind my sink to hold sponges, brushes, dish soap etc. I love it!5
did not fit on myCourtneydid not fit on my sunnersta rack1
Love this productBonnyLove this product5
Nice itemAndrewUsed it above workbench for screwdrivers, pencils, measuring tape. Excellent!5
Does the job and clearsLarryDoes the job and clears up the counter.5
Good qualityCarolineAs expected, can’t wait for the little container to be back In stock.5

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