By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Baker Racks. At Monday, November 12th 2018, 08:52:34 AM.
The kitchen rack has become very popular today because it adds scroll designs, and fancy metalwork to a kitchen that is usually only for cooking and baking. They can be used in almost any room of the house for displaying houseplants or collectibles. They are usually constructed of wood or metal and can have shelves made of glass, wood, or metal. Stainless steel bakers racks typically have shelves that are made of wood, glass, or metal. They can be very simple in structure or they can have elaborate decorations that could include fancy metalwork or ancient scroll designs. Even bakers racks and kitchen racks that are constructed of wood will have the open shelving design that was common many years ago.
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.
Some racks are even large enough to hold a microwave, convection oven or toaster oven on the tabletop. Alternately, you can keep your mixer and bowls there, ready to go at a moment's notice should you get the pie making bug. If you love baker's racks, you may also want to get one for your patio. Baker's racks add the storage you need there, too. They are terrific as a gardening stand, allowing you to pot new plants with ease. With some hooks you can hang your gardening tools along the edge of the rack and use the tabletop to do your planting. Empty pots can go up above and you can place potting soil and fertilizer down below. Or you can use the baker's rack as a planter, putting different sized pots on the various racks. This works really well for a corner baker's rack, which will fit nicely in a small corner of your deck or patio, giving you maximum space for plants, herbs or flowers in a minimal space.