By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Baker Racks. At Monday, November 12th 2018, 09:33:04 AM.
Most kitchens these days have a lot of appliances inside for all sorts of uses. It could be your electronic bread cutter, Panini maker, waffle maker, blender, food processor, can opener or any of a number of other gadgets that help make our cooking time a little bit easier. But you need somewhere to put all of these when you're not cooking. This is what one of the shelves on the Bakers rack can be used for. You can adjust it to the height of the highest appliance and stack the shelf with all of those appliances that are easy to find and see when you need them, but neatly put away for when you don't.
Much like the chameleon, baker's racks are the kitchen furniture piece that can blend into any kitchen environment. It used to be that the baker's racks were an integral part of the country kitchen. They were a place where the bread and pastries for the day were set out to cool, and the scent of those fresh cooked goodies would be the alarm to the nostrils that would tell the whole family that it was time to get ready for dinner. While baker's racks today can serve that same role, for those with a love of baking, there are also a number of other services they have started to take on in the kitchen.
The Oak Bakers Rack- Wood top bakers racks, usually using Oak provides a very traditional design and makes a handsome piece of furniture. It is not designed to be used as a true bakers rack, meaning to cool items on it. Usually the Oak Bakers racks are used for more countertop type activities because of how easy they are to clean, however don't cut or use items that will scuff or scratch the surface. The Wrought Iron Bakers Racks - This is a arguable the most popular form of bakers rack. Wrought Iron Bakers Racks are is versatile yet traditional. It allow to be used as a tradition rack, where as is got the wire shelves, making it ideal to cool baked goods on if you choose. Often these are used as a book shelf, but because of the large gaps in the shelves it makes it hard for to use as a knickknack shelf. Many who have this type rack will put some type item down to make the rack more function if they choose to use it for smaller items. These racks usually appear in the kitchen or in entry foyers.