Metal And Wood Kitchen Baker's Rack Makeover

A couple of weeks ago my neighbor had a garage sale and I was pretty stoked when I arrived home from a visit with my Mom to see this metal and wood kitchen bakers rack on their driveway. It had to come home with me along with an awesome desk I found too.

Painted Baker's Rack painted with Emperor's Silk chalk paint

Metal and Wood Kitchen Bakers Rack Makeover

Other than a few little knicks it was in pretty darn good shape!

Painted Baker's Rack Before

I loved the black frame and didn't want to alter the color but the wood kept screaming "red". When I think red I go to my all-time favorite, Emperor's Silk Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™. Add some dark wax and the color becomes so rich and deep - I just love it!

Always wanting to inject some personality into my pieces I found these gorgeous handpainted knobs at Lee Valley Tools.  

Painted Baker's Rack with handpainted knobs

Perfect for a baker's rack don't you think?

Painted Baker's Rack View of Top Half

Isn't the watering can salt & pepper shakers adorable?  I picked them up at a quaint little shop called Backstreet Gifts & Antiques at The Village at Pigeon Lake when Mr. Frugalista and I were celebrating our 27th wedding anniversary in March.

Painted Baker's Rack View from the Top Shelf

I love that it has a wine rack on the bottom.  I'm thinking a cute boxwood wreath or a chalkboard with a chippy white frame would look gorgeous hanging from the rails in the middle of this rack.

Painted Baker's Rack View of the Bottom Half

I wish I had room in my kitchen for this beauty but sadly I don't.  Like most of the pieces I grow to love during their makeovers, I have to part with this one.  It'll be added to my Etsy Shop soon.

Painted Baker's Rack After

Painted Baker's Rack Before and After