By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Baker Racks. At Monday, November 12th 2018, 09:18:10 AM.
A baker rack offers a practical solution to storage shortage for your kitchen. Not only does a baker rack offer additional storage but they also come in different types to suit each individuals storage needs. I will go over the differences of the four different types of baker racks available today. A corner bakers rack is a great choice if you are low on space. A corner bakers rack comes in styles of wood and wrought iron. You also get shelving options from a choice of three shelves up to a choice of seven. With your corner bakers rack stored neatly in your kitchen corner you can display your favorite plant, cookie jar or a favorite dish you may have. A metal bakers rack is a great addition if you do a lot of baking. The adjustable shelving make it a great idea for placing your cooked items to cool down. Some varieties come with wheels which make moving the metal bakers rack around your kitchen an ease to have at an arm's reach.
Along with being practical selection, a bakers rack is also a furnishing that is extremely appealing to the eye thanks to the different materials that it can be crafted out of. For example, you can get one that is made out of eye-catching wrought iron that features elegant scrollwork and a smooth, oil-rubbed bronze finish. Or, you can get one that has a base crafted out of wrought iron that is beautifully complemented by glass shelving. There are also ones crafted from wood and other materials as well like stone or marble. All of these materials create stunning furnishings that are sure to please.
Country: This is the most traditional look for bakers racks and they can will look right at home in a country kitchen. In fact, they will really drive home the theme of the room, since a rack conjures up a simpler time when pies were regularly on the menu in American homes. Mediterranean: This will work nicely in an informal or formal kitchen. Sophisticated in appearance, if is characterized by soft curves and decorative elements, done up in colors such as red, dark green, honey, ivory or black. ustic: This is a very popular style these days. The surfaces of these baker racks are artificially distressed to give them a look of being older, much like a family heirloom. The paint is crackled in appearance and it may even have a few nicks and dents. It will look great in a country, French or even a shabby chic decorated room.