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.
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.
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.
Like any other piece of furniture, these racks are available in different sizes, texture and styles to fit according to your home décor. Some common types of material that they are made up of are listed below.
You may even find that bakers racks fit well into a bedroom, too. In a childs room they can be used to display stuffed animals or favorite toys while still offering the child a small desktop that can be used for coloring or hobbies. Below, you can store extra blankets for the bed on those cold winter nights.
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.