Published at Wednesday, January 31st 2018. by neymar in Bakers Racks.
If you have space in your kitchen for your new take on a wine bar, great. Otherwise this rack will look great in your family room, living room or great room. One of the great things about these furnishings is their versatility. They can go in just about any room you have, even a bathroom. There, the bakers rack can store toiletries, a small hand mirror, some washcloths and lotions. It gives the bathroom a bed and breakfast feel for very little money.
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.
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.
Oak Bakers Rack - they give it a traditional design with a modern touch. It is actually not designed to cool food stuff on it but is used more for countertop activities. They are easy to maintain and clean. However using items that scratch the surface will harm its outer look.
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.
But wait, thats not all. You can also now find contemporary designs of the bakers rack, where the functionality has been kept but the look has been changed for a resolutely modern one. This means that you still have the same open multi-level structure which you can use to hold a variety of different items and that the classical wrought iron design has been replaced by one that uses more daring angles and curves to make a design statement.