Are you looking for pretty kitchen shelves ideas? Perhaps, you should consider purchasing a bakers rack. Today, I’ll share some photos of my baker’s rack along with some shopping ideas for you. I’m including a few styles along with an amazing splurge or save option!
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Every couple of months, I get an email from someone who discovered my baker’s rack on either my Pinterest boards or on my blog. In the email, everyone asks me the same question…
“Where did you get that baker’s rack?
Usually, I email them back with the same response…
About 10 years ago, I bought my baker’s rack from a furniture store in Chester, NJ. Since then, the store has gone out of business and I have not been able to find the exact baker’s rack online…or anywhere.
Even though my exact backer’s rack seems to be discontinued, I’ve gathered up a few other options you might like…
In my search, I’ve found some baker’s racks with a similar mix of wood and metal. Since everyone seems to really like the metal scroll on the sides of mine, first I’ll share some ideas with that look…
Here are some examples of similar baker’s racks:
Ethan Allen used to carry one similar to mine but unfortunately it’s also discontinued. Though, I did find these similar used baker’s racks.
If you’re looking for the above baker’s rack on Ebay or Craigslist, this one is called the “Genevieve Baker’s Rack” from the Maison collection. Like mine, it has drawers and cabinets at the bottom, along with shelves and wrought iron scrolls on the top. They used to carry it in a selection of a few beautiful colors.
If you love the look of the scrolls (without the cabinet), here is one with lots of scrolls! (The description calls it “farmhouse” but I think it could work with several styles.)
Here is another baker’s rack with the cabinet on the bottom:
Between the two doors, the above baker’s rack has two open shelves…great for displaying accessories. In that same spot, my baker’s rack has wine storage. So, I guess you could call mine a wine rack instead of a bakers rack…Either way, it’s a pretty storage solution for the kitchen!
In addition, here is another baker’s rack with iron scrolls on top and wicker baskets on the bottom.
If you want a bakers rack with a different style (but still mix wood and metal), here is a pretty one…
Although, not “technically” a bakers rack, these wood and metal shelves have that look.
In my game room, I have a similar shelf and I use it for display and a bar. In my opinion, it could work just as well in a kitchen in place of a baker’s rack! If you love the look of that, here is a similar one at a much better price!
Bakers Racks – Splurge and Save:
Speaking of prices, I discovered this gorgeous bakers rack…
And then I found this beautiful look-alike for a fraction of the price!
Seriously, you can barely tell the difference between the two bakers racks! Just in case you’re wondering, yes, they are similar in size too. The splurge option is 82″H x 60″W x 19″D and the look-alike is 72″H x 48″W x 15″D.
Hopefully, these ideas help you when shopping for a baker’s rack!
If you need help decorating a baker’s rack once you buy one, read through these ideas for inspiration:
- Winter Baker’s Rack
- Baker’s Rack – Simple After Christmas Decor
- Decorated Baker’s Rack – Festive Christmas Inspiration
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