Published at Sunday, January 21st 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
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.
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.
The Wrought Iron Bakers Rack - this is the most famous of all the racks. These are again traditionally designed but are more versatile. The material they are made from brings life back to its original purpose. The wrought iron racks has a wire shelf that helps in cooling baked goods. Bakers racks are also used as bookshelves. These racks are usually found in kitchens because of large gaps between the wires. Small items cannot be placed until there is additional support underneath them.
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.
Moreover, bakers racks come with different finishes to match your home décor. The widely known and most fashionable finishes are: distressed washes, acrylic finish, glossy wood stains and laminated. Steve Silver Company possesses almost every variety of this beautiful furniture. Take a look at some of them.
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.