By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Baker Racks. At Monday, November 12th 2018, 08:40:03 AM.
If you purchase a bakers rack with solid shelving, the upper shelves will make a perfect space for your cookbook and recipe collection. Instead of having recipes stuffed in drawers and the books strewn around the house, you can have it all organized in one place. You may even be able to prop the cookbook open on one of the shelves, while prepping the ingredients on the counter below. Even though baker's racks, by their name, are expected to be in the kitchen, there are other rooms in the house that can benefit from having a baker's rack. Start with the bathroom. There is never enough storage in a bathroom. But if you were to add a baker's rack with dainty ivy metal accents, it would fit right in and offer plenty of space for linens, and other restroom necessities. Another place in the house for baker's racks is outside of the main house, in the garage. There are always things you would like to be able to find in the garage, and also have them out of the way. A sturdy wood or metal baker's rack can provide the shelving and cabinet space you need.
Bakers Rack Hutch - If your looking for a bakers rack to add to your home and also give you needed storage a Backers Rack with Hutch type top does give you a place to store your Sunday dishes, glasses or cups. It's a way to expand your cabinets and create more storage room. Frequently you see this type bakers racks in a dining room, where they are generally bigger than the kitchen type all wrought iron bakers rack. This is a perfect way to organize and add style to your home. Wooden Bakers racks are often fashioned after their antique predecessor. They usually come in a shaker type design and they have an old country kitchen type style to them. Most are in a finished in white or black in the old farmhouse type styles.
Most bakers' racks will have a main shelf that is wider than the rest of the selves this is because it was classified as the working area for bakers. The remainder 3 or 4 shelves will probably be all the same width and were usually used for storing baking equipment. Many bakers would set these racks up against or near a wall with a window for opening and cooling the baked goods. You can also use them for displaying houseplants in a sunny window location in a different room other than the kitchen. Some racks are not free standing on the floor; some hang from the ceiling and are used as cookware racks and pot racks. Many are attached to the wall for dish racks or spice racks.