Published at Thursday, January 18th 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
Like any other piece of furniture, these racks are available in different sizes, texture and styles to fit according to your home décor. Some common types of material that they are made up of are listed below.
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.
Okay, so you might be thinking, how can bakers racks be pleasing to the eye? The reason is, is that they are built out of different materials and are then styled a number of lovely ways through the finishes that are applied to them and the way that they are detailed. For example, there are selections crafted from a combination of glass, wood, and metal, featuring glass shelving supporting by a stainless steel base filled with ornamental accenting that is finished in a gold/pewter type color, creating a antique selection. Or, there are other choices made from just wood, like those that are built from rubber wood with a distressed white finished with elegant carved accents or others built from pine that have sleek lines and a dark walnut finish, developing a country themed option.
Steve Silver Briarstone Bakers Rack - this piece of furniture is beautifully crafted in a traditional elegant style. They are available as a perfect choice for your kitchen and dining area. These are large racks offering up to 7 bottles while your wine glasses are hanging close in a glass rack. Made of metal and wood, they offer long lasting durability and extra storage and serving space.
If you dont know what a bakers rack is, just think of the country kitchens of yore where homemakers cooked up pie after pie and set them on tall pieces of furniture that had wire racks for cooling baked goods.
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.