ORDNING Cutlery stand, stainless steel,


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This stainless-steel stand is just as suitable for wet cutlery by the sink as for clean and dry cutlery on a shelf. Like the style? In the same series there are also stands for dishes and kitchen utensils.

Article Number300.118.32

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Also suitable for storing and keeping your favourite cooking utensils accessible on the worktop.


Mikael Warnhammar

Article Number300.118.32
  • Material
    Stainless steel


  • The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.


Height: 13.5 cm

Diameter: 12 cm

  • ORDNINGArticle Number300.118.32

    Length: 14 cm

    Weight: 0.15 kg

    Diameter: 12 cm

    Package(s): 1


Great productVerified BuyerGreat product5
Well made metal containerVerified BuyerDoes what it’s supposed to!5
Fire pitVerified BuyerBought to use as a super mini fire pit while camping. Haven’t used it yet but I’ve seen it used online and it looks great. Stainless steel so it’s safe, and the holes draw the air in to burn the wood or coal.5
Handy holder for things atVerified BuyerHandy holder for things at the sink5
FunctionalVerified BuyerFunctional5
IndispensableVerified BuyerIt’s the second we bought makes life a lot easier5
Does the job keeps myVerified BuyerDoes the job keeps my utensils tidy5
Really useful as I useVerified BuyerReally useful as I use by my sink for my small cutlery5
Great valueVerified BuyerGreat value drainer5
Cutlery drainer or canisterVJ 42Excellent price, does what it says and decent quality5
Great productXxxxxxxxUsed for cutlery or washing itemx5
nzmpThe quality has declined from a similar one bought some years ago5
BrilliantAnonymous reviewerDoes what it's meant to do and looks nice in my kitchen5
Amazing piece of camping equipmentBikepacker AndyThese are amazing for bike or backpacking. I cycled through Scotland with this strapped to my front forks. Fill it with wood, set fire to it and you have a fantastic wood burner stove. Couple of tent pegs through the holes in the top stop the tin or cup your cooking with from dropping through. Or you can drain cutlery as well.5
Brilliant cutlery containerAnne and RolandThis is the only one I found that doesn't rust. It's stainless steel and very cheap. Multiple members of the family have them now and I wouldn't be without one.5
perfect drainage productcelticgirl500This is a best selling drainage item; used for cutlery and I also use these in my workshop for tools5
Perfect for cutleryRover111Does the job I needed it to. So cheap.5
It worksPaul R RGreat for putting eating and cooking tools in, to drain, just be aware it is not pure stainless, ours has some rust marks showing after a month of use, not bad ones but they are there.3
Great for kitchen utensilsJudyessexWe have had our kitchen refitted and now have only one cutlery drawer instead of two, so these containers provide the perfect solution for storing kitchen utensils, such as wooden spoons, whisks, etc. They look very smart on our work surface, and the finish matches the handles on our cupboard doors.5
Perfect cutlery stand.Ban MaCAt last my knives, forks and kitchen utensils stay in an orderly fashion and don't get caught in wire mesh.5


What is stainless steel?

Stainless steel is found in everything from building structures and cars to sinks and knives. It’s easy to see why it has so many uses. Stainless steel is hard and durable and has good resistance to corrosion – namely rust. It generally has a low nickel content, and for IKEA products we mainly use stainless steel that’s nickel-free. Like many other metals, it can be recycled again and again to become new, hardwearing things – without losing its valuable properties.