Published at Thursday, January 18th 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
You can even have your bakers rack outside if you want. Models using the charm and the design of interior versions are now available for outdoors use. Some of them, using wicker, are suitable for use in a verandah or in a space that is protected from the elements. Others made of wrought iron and treated against rust and corrosion can stand in the open air and provide that design counterpart to everything else that nature does so well.
Steve Silver Trisha Cherry Bakers Rack - promoting contemporary style, this piece of furniture has a handy storage for wine, glasses and other kitchen items to keep them accessible all the time. Crafted from solid hardwood and metal, these racks are finished with cherry wood and dark ironwork.
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.
No matter in which part of the house you are using the bakers rack, the purpose remains the same: providing you additional space. This is very useful furniture and was traditionally used only in bakeries and kitchens to cool baked things. As more people became aware of the basic purpose of these racks, their usage was spread in other parts of the house.
Further examples of the bakers rack, harkening back to a more traditional version, include wooden cabinets in the lower half of the rack while preserving the elegant wrought iron structure for the upper half. Glass is also a material that is used in the construction of bakers racks as is wicker. What these different models have in common is that they all have an open structure. So unlike kitchen dressers where shelves are typically fixed against a closed back panel, they bring that extra hint of freshness into the room.
Not content with only having a model that stands flush with a wall, manufacturers also offer models of the bakers rack for positioning in corners where the wrought iron structure makes a perfect backdrop for displaying porcelain, plants or photos. Other variations on the same theme are wooden ones that may fit better with the other items in the room. The other advantage of wooden ones is that they are typically significantly less expensive than the wrought iron versions.