The Porter House Co.

Brass Dishwasher Magnet

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$12.95 USD
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The Porter House Co. brass dishwasher magnet was designed with families in mind by our shop curator and founder as an aesthetic solution for indicating when a load is clean or dirty. 

  • Engraved lacquered brass design
  • Aesthetic & functional for any decor
  •  Coated magnet for scratch-free use
  • Measures: 4” x 2.5”

Wipe clean with a damp soft cloth. Avoid using microfiber or harsh chemicals, and abrasives.

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Brass Dishwasher Magnet
Brass Dishwasher Magnet
Brass Dishwasher Magnet
Brass Dishwasher Magnet
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  • XTina
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“Loving my dishwasher magnet from @theporterhouseco. Thanks, love the note, wishing you nothing but success!”

  • Elle X.
  • @homeonelleavenue

“Smart + aesthetically pleasing addition to my kitchen!”

  • Rosey
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“It's beautiful, and I love that everyone is in the know about the dishes especially the kids!”

  • Karen García
  • @karen_myhomedecor

“I really love it, it’s so unique and cute!”

  • Devyn S.

“5/5 recommend. I love the brass dishwasher magnet. It's a great addition to my kitchen adding both style and functionality. Super fast shipping and the packaging was really nice.”

  • Amy R.

“I LOVE this! I have been look for something like this to replace the paper one I had on my dishwasher, and this is perfect. It is such high quality and so pretty! Thank you!!”

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An exploration of design and aesthetics


Lending a well selected artistry to your dwelling

Experiencing the beauty of life through art is a lifestyle we relish. We serve those who seek beauty at every turn and long to appreciate its wonders day in and day out.


A harmonious interplay of aesthetics and function

We curate housewares that fuse form, sustainability, and utility to offer uncompromising luxe showpieces for your daily rituals.


Pieces which afford a richness exclusive to its past

It's our thought that our spaces impart a sensation of having been amassed gradually and with intention, best done with a palpable trace of history.