Bakers Racks


USA: Bakers Racks: Bakers Rack Manufacturers




Bakers racks were originally so called because they were used in commercial bakeries to allow hot bread or pies to cool. They were typically made of metal, with open grid shelves, allowing the bread and pies to cool quickly. The term Bakers Racks is now used to describe an enormous variety of items of kitchen furniture which comprise an openwork structure and shelves. These can be used for general storage and display, including in some cases wine storage. A wide range of styles for bakers racks is available, both traditional and contemporary.


The frames of the racks are usually made from steel, wrought iron, wood, wire, or wicker. Shelves may be of metal, wood, marble, glass, wicker, or slate. The leading suppliers, described below the panel of sponsored links, have comprehensive websites offering a very wide range of racks of all types.




All Bakers Racks. is a specialist online retailer. It is part of the CSN Stores network of online stores, based in Boston, Massachusetts. Its range of racks is presented in the following categories: Metal Racks, Wine Racks, Corner Racks, Black Racks, Wrought Iron Racks, Antique Style Racks, Contemporary Racks, Wood Racks, Microwave Racks, Storage Racks, Small Racks, and Outdoor Racks. Brands include: Enclume, Enstyle, Grace Collection, Hillsdale, and Home Styles. Most of the racks supplied are full height floor standing structures, mostly with decorative ironwork frames. Simpler contemporary styles of rack are also available. The range of racks is searchable by customer rating, material, type (standard, corner etc.), finish, style, width and height.


Bakers Rack Shack. Bakers Rack Shack is part of the ivgStores network of specialist online stores, which is based in Florida and has been operating since 2003. The website covers the following: Wine Racks, Corner Racks, Etageres, Glass Shelf Racks, Iron Racks, Marble Racks, Metal Racks, Outdoor Racks, Wicker Racks, and Wood Racks. These can be searched by price range, material (Glass, Iron, Marble, Metal, Rattan, Steel, Wicker, Wood, and Wrought Iron), and by color. There are special sections of the website for best selling racks, and racks on sale. The most popular material for these racks is steel, followed by iron, metal, and wood. Other materials for racks include bamboo, glass, leather, marble, rattan, resin, and wicker. is part of the Netshops network of specialist online stores, based in Omaha, Nebraska. Its website is organised around four main product categories: Racks, Corner Racks, Outdoor Racks, and Etageres. The Racks can be searched by style (Traditional, Commercial, or Contemporary), by size, by color, by shelf material (Metal, Wood, Marble, Glass, Wicker, or Slate), by frame material (Wrought Iron, Metal, Wood, or Wicker), and by price range. Customer reviews are also provided. offers a range of etageres, the term used to describe racks when used outside the kitchen. These racks are intended as methods of storing and displaying things such as pictures, magazines, toiletries, and books. Etageres aim not only to provide practical storage, but also to act as a design statement.




You may also like to visit our USA product guides on: Kitchen Islands, and Kitchen Spice Racks



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