By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Baker Racks. At Monday, November 12th 2018, 08:43:02 AM.
Racks is such a simple word but it is one of the most powerful words when it comes to organization. There is a wide variety that will fit into just about anyone's life. What use to be ugly unappealing racking systems for garages or closets has now developed into many home décor ideas that will help beautify the home as well as organize it. From the more industrial or utility shelf type items, there are garage shelves, usually metal shelving with little design but those shelves 500 lbs making them great for organizing your garage. They can hold heavier items like paint, tools or machinery. These shelves and racks are not only garage racks but can be utility room racks or utility room shelves. And while we are in the garage, there are many bike racks to help mount and store all of the family bikes as well as automotive bike racks and bike lifts that transport those bikes to your vacation, mountain bike trails or where ever you are taking those bikes. Bike racks allow for you to easily mount the bike to the wall of your garage, use a vertical pole to provide hooks for the bikes.
Transitional: This is a fairly broad character. Bakers racks that are transitional can have wrought iron features, or be made of pine or oak. They look great with a traditional or contemporary room. Modern: Who says these racks can't work with a modern design? You can find bakers racks that match the Modernist approach as well. These feature extremely simple lines and may use aluminum or steel as well as glass as design elements.
Beautifully decorated wrought iron bakers racks are sometimes used for showing off a favorite collection in a family room or dining room. They can be used in a guest room or guest bathroom to hold towels, soaps and beauty products for overnight visitors. Instead of using a bulky sideboard you can use a free standing rack that is equipped with drawers or cabinet doors to hold silverware, serving pieces and china. Some are specially designed to fit in a corner so as not to take up very much room. While many interior décor concepts have come and gone, the venerable baker's rack continues to live on. Even though few people bake pie after pie these days, except during the holidays, baker's racks add the storage you need, not only in the kitchen, but throughout the home.