A bakers rack is a helpful kitchen addition that can provide a cooking or dining area with extra storage and workspace. A kitchen rack can also be a
decorative addition that adds sophistication, rustic charm, or a modern touch to your space.
In terms of different types of bakers racks, there are a few different types and styles to choose from. Most are designed to sit up against a flat wall,
but there are also designs that are specifically made to fit in corner spaces, holding and displaying kitchen items at a diagonal. A corner bakers rack is
a great space saving shelving unit that can make use of small spaces that might otherwise have been too small for any other function. Alternately, if
traditional designs or corner racks aren’t for you, you could also go with a wall mounted bakers rack. These typically eschew the traditional in more ways
than one, with both an unconventional placement, and modern finishes. However, for all their differences, wall mounted racks still serve essentially the
same purpose, offering additional kitchen storage and workspace with helpful shelves, racks, and hooks.
When it comes to different styles and materials of bakers racks, most are made of metal, wood, or glass. With traditional designs featuring elegant
scrollwork and slatted shelves, metal bakers racks are a popular choice both for their rustic aesthetic and sturdy construction. In addition, because their
conductive metal shelves facilitate heat transfer, a metal bakers rack can also help any baked goods set on them to cool faster. This allows you to free up
counter space and enjoy your delicious treats that much sooner. Wood racks, however, offer more variety in finishes, giving them the ability to blend in
with the style of many spaces better than metal designs would. Glass bakers racks come in a variety of styles that can complement any number of spaces,
from sleek and modern to traditional. However, it should be noted that glass racks might be better for display and storage, rather than for adding
workspace to a kitchen, as their shelves can be less sturdy.