Use rack to complete a wrought iron baker in an empty kitchen and a convenient storage option. A wrought iron bakers racks will give your kitchen a casual, rustic feel. If you bought an antique stretch because you liked the design, but not sure what to do with it, improving cooking with plants, decorative accessories and supplies. Wrap a green ivy vine around the top of the rack and let it drape down for a country-inspired look. Weaving a faux vine in between curved frame of wrought iron rack. Accent shelves with terracotta jars filled with green plants; be sure to place of trays to catch under the pots to be water drops.
Add baskets for storage. Place one or two rectangular brown or white wicker baskets on a shelf of the rack’s. Fill the baskets folded napkins, tea towels extra, extra cutlery, paper plates and jars of jams and jellies. Provide a collection. Instead vintage wine bottles with interesting decorative labels across the top shelf of the bakers racks. Prone antique porcelain plates in containers on a rack shelf.
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Store baking and cooking supplies on the bakers racks. Take advantage of the extra space by filling rack shelves with attractive pots and pans, measuring cups, glass mixing bowls, a roasting pan, spices and ceramic pots with spoons and spatulas. Hang decorative towels and linens from the side of the rack, the iron baker. Choose fabric with a color or pattern coordinates with the overall kitchen color scheme or design theme. Choose a towel embroidered with a rooster design for a French country-inspired cuisine or a red and white gingham checked linen for vintage farm occupation.