Out with the old and outdated, in with the new.
I'm a minimalist, not big into high-dollar furnishings, knickknacks, or decor, I prefer quality and function over elaborate, showy things.
I recently sold an old 1970s-era dining room hutch on Facebook Marketplace. It was a big, heavy, two-piece unit with glass doors. Needing furniture coming off a divorce, I purchased it secondhand and it served me well in storing glassware, cookbooks, and such, but it was a dated piece and for me, not all that practical.
Enter the Furologee Kitchen Baker's Rack
My kitchen is a galley-style kitchen, so there's not a whole lot of storage, and counter space is minimal. In shopping for a replacement for the hutch, I wanted something that could accommodate a couple of small appliances to free up some counter and cabinet space. The Baker's Rack I selected features 2 pull-out wire baskets, plenty of storage shelves, 10 hooks for organizing, and a wine rack. It can be set up for a coffee bar and/or be a microwave stand if desired. With 5-tiers of storage, it's got flexibility in workstation usage.
I opted to set the rack up as a coffee station, with plenty of room left over to store some sandwich baskets, a small crock pot, a rice cooker, my favorite stock pot, and a few other items. It's an assembly-required item, and the instructions were easy to follow, and nicely illustrated, and all the parts were numbered well. The rack included all the tools needed to complete the assembly, I put it together in less than an hour while watching a game on TV.
Costing me $99 on Amazon, I'm giving the Furlogee Kitchen Baker's Rack 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap Stars. It was easy to put together and provided my dining room with an updated, modern look. A very practical unit, it gets everyday use and was reasonably priced. Similar units were available on Amazon for $125 and up.
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