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May 4, 2014

Where Did You Get That Baker's Rack?

Every couple of months I get an email from someone who found my Baker's Rack on either my Pinterest boards or on my blog.

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Decorated Baker's Rack in Kitchen - along with shopping sources

Everyone asks me the same question...

"Where did you get that baker's rack?  

Baker's Rack in Kitchen - with sources of where to buy one

I usually email them back with the same response.  I bought the piece about 10 years ago in a furniture store in Chester, NJ.  The store has since gone out of business and I have not been able to find the exact baker's rack online...or anywhere.  Then I provide a few links to similar ones I have seen around.

Baker's Rack Side view

The ones I have come across are not an exact match to mine, but have a similar mix of wood and metal.  Everyone seems to really like the metal scroll on the sides of mine so I tried to find ones with that look.

Here are some examples:

The Genevieve Baker's Rack from the Maison collection at Ethan Allen is probably the closest match to mine.  (Actually, it's much prettier than mine!)  It has drawers and cabinets at the bottom, along with shelves and wrought iron scrolls on the top.  It also comes in a selection of a few beautiful colors.

Here is another option:

If you want to spend less and would like a similar look but with glass doors a bottom shelf, take a look - HERE.

Or take a different approach but still mixing wood and metal...
The Sonoma Bookcase from Ballard Designs can work in almost any room.  I have this shelf in my conservatory/game room and use it for display and a bar.  It could work just as well in a kitchen in place of a baker's rack!

I hope that helps anyone who is looking for a baker's rack!

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Where to buy a Baker's Rack - a few helpful sources

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  1. I love love your baker's rack! It's the prettiest one I've ever seen! Love how you decorate it too.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  2. I love yours Shelley!! The one from Ethan Allen is a good runner up.

  3. I can see why you get asked that a lot Shelley! I don't need one right now, but if I do or know anyone who does, this will be a great resource! thanks!

  4. I love bakers racks, they look fabulous if they are free standing as a potting shelf for keeping herbs on. I have been looking for one for outside my back door, under my eaves to keep my herbs on. Probably it might rust but I also love that rustic look. They are not common in New Zealand and most are unfortunately reproductions over here.

    Lee :)


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