I get questions all the time
asking where I bought my baker's rack.
I even wrote a post - Where Did You Get That Baker's Rack?
It's not an expensive piece of furniture
but it does add an overall warmth to the kitchen.
I frequently change the accessories on the shelves
to reflect the seasons or holidays
and I keep cookbooks in the cabinets below.
It really is a versatile piece.
I guess that's why it's so popular with people who read my blog.
That divider wall to the left of the baker's rack will be gone
so the cabinets can run along the whole wall.
The cabinets will go to the ceiling so I will have much more storage.
I really don't need the baker's rack in here anymore.
But where can I put the thing?
With a china cabinet already in the dining room,
it might look strange in there...
But I don't think I want to get rid of it yet...
So what do you think?
Paint it and try it in the dining room?
Keep it in the basement
until we possibly build a screened in porch in a couple years?
I would love your thoughts or suggestions!