Published at Friday, January 19th 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
When shopping for a bakers rack for any room, know that there is an endless variety of styles, finishes and materials out there. You can get racks that fit neatly into a corner and make use of this often wasted space as well as those that will work well on a straight wall. Most bakers racks have a few design elements in common, i.e., the wire or open racks that pies traditionally cooled on.
Steve Silver Sumatra Oak Bakers Rack - this collection will bring life back to your kitchen or dining room. The collection includes beautiful rope patterns and refined details with a combination of wood and metal in crafting. This piece will give you a classic dining feel. Finished with Oak shine, this rack comes with an additional wine storage area along with a hanging wine glass rack.
What makes bakers racks so function is their design, which somewhat resemble a book shelf. Typically, one will feature shelving where you can set down, store, and display different items. Along with that shelving, there are some options that also have roomy table tops ideal for placing things like plants or microwaves. You can also use their table tops for extra work space for like cutting vegetables or kneading dough for baking. In addition to that, there are other options that even come with cabinets, drawers, and wine racks. So, you can stow away plenty of different things, including your favorite wines so you can have them easily accessible when unexpected guests arrive.
While traditional racks were open affairs with a tabletop in the middle and racks above, todays models are built with the needs of modern homes in mind. They may forego the open space below, opting for doored units, additional shelving or even a built-in wine rack instead.
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.
In the end, its just wonderful to have a furnishing that serves more than one purpose, which is exactly what you get with bakers racks. One would definitely be a fabulous investment that will get you nothing but compliments.