Published at Thursday, February 01st 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
The bakers rack started life as a utilitarian item, something that was designed to make a bakery more efficient and more productive. As the name suggests, it is a rack that is floor standing and extends to about five or six feet high depending on the model that you choose. Often built on a metal or wrought iron frame, one includes several levels of shelves and the possibility to attach cooking utensils on hooks underneath. Freestanding rather than integrated into any kind of fitted kitchen, they are in a sense a kind of dresser with a smaller and more open structure.
From this come the bakers rack model which is more ornamental and which people are now starting to use outside of the kitchen as well as within it. The metal structure has become more elegant with sophisticated design and curved, flowing lines. The open aspect has been preserved and it can be positioned against the wall in almost any room, be it the living room, dining room, lobby or bedroom.
You may even find that bakers racks fit well into a bedroom, too. In a childs room they can be used to display stuffed animals or favorite toys while still offering the child a small desktop that can be used for coloring or hobbies. Below, you can store extra blankets for the bed on those cold winter nights.
While pie baking may be a rarity in your home, these racks continue to be popular choice in todays homes, largely because they tie us to the past while offering space to expand in the future.
Oak Bakers Rack - they give it a traditional design with a modern touch. It is actually not designed to cool food stuff on it but is used more for countertop activities. They are easy to maintain and clean. However using items that scratch the surface will harm its outer look.
But wait, thats not all. You can also now find contemporary designs of the bakers rack, where the functionality has been kept but the look has been changed for a resolutely modern one. This means that you still have the same open multi-level structure which you can use to hold a variety of different items and that the classical wrought iron design has been replaced by one that uses more daring angles and curves to make a design statement.