Published at Friday, January 19th 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
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.
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.
Their household usage is different. There are countless things that can be done with bakers racks. You can use them to store linens in the bathroom, or keeping toys in your childs bedroom or like a bookshelf in the living space. At party time, the purpose of these bakers racks can change completely. You can use them to place food where guests can help themselves.
Wooden Bakers Rack - these are antique racks and are available in shaker type designs and have an old country kitchen theme attached to them. Usually they are finished with black or white polish giving them a more farmhouse type style.
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.
If youre not a pie maker, you can use these to display knickknacks, your favorite cookware or dishes or use them for ready access to your favorite books, including your favorite cookbooks. When selecting racks for your home, you want to choose ones that not only fit your storage needs, but your general décor as well. Bakers racks come in a lot of different styles, from country and traditional to contemporary and rustic. This makes it easy to find one that complements the rest of your furnishings while still adding much needed storage for books, wine, knickknacks, DVDs or things you only need seasonally, such as holiday serving ware.