When you have a tiny kitchen, every inch of counter space is valuable. That’s why a bulky dish rack that takes up the majority of your tabletop just won’t cut it. Instead, the best dish drying racks for small spaces are narrow, lightweight, and can often either sit in your sink to save room, or fold up when you’re not using it for easy storage. As with any purchases that are influenced by space restraints, first measure the kitchen you’re working with. The tiniest of dish racks will measure just over 1 foot in length, so if you have less than a square foot of countertop, you’ll likely want to buy a dish rack that sits inside of your sink. For an even more compact version, invest in a flat mat that rolls out over your sink to hold dishes, and back up when your dishes are dry. Keep in mind, an in-sink dish rack won’t allow you to fully utilize your faucet and sink while your plates and glasses are drying. If that’s a deal breaker, look for an X-shaped dish rack that takes up more vertical space, but less horizontal space in your kitchen. These X-shaped dish racks can most often be folded up or collapsed so you can free up your countertop w...