Southern Pine Shaker Plate Rack w/Pegs
Shaker Plate Rack with pegs....not just for plates anymore! This shelf type rack will work almost any place--kitchen, hallway, bedroom or bathroom.
This plate rack is handcrafted by Georgian craftsmen and is inspired by early American furniture. It’s made of high-quality, kiln-dried Eastern White Pine, which is both abundant and sustainable. By striving to maintain the wood’s natural integrity, each piece is truly unique with variations in grain, tone and texture. Staying true to this concept, the distressed, hand-applied finish gives each piece the look of a well-loved antique.
21.5"H x 48"W x 7"D
Made in the USA.
Suggested Retail Price $273 Our Price $229
This item is made to order and ships FedEx ground in 8-10 weeks. Your card will be charged when your order is processed. Since this item is made to order, returns are not accepted. See more info on shipping here.
NOTE: All painted pieces are finished with a clear, satin, acrylic lacquer. Bright natural light, reflected or direct sunlight can cause changes in the pine that is used in these pieces - especially light painted colors. Knots, heavy resin streaks, seasonal cracking are all natural characteristics of pine products. As they age and are exposed to light these characteristics can become more a prominent part of the finish. This is a natural process in pine furniture giving it an antique look.
Constructed of solid pine, however Luan wood is also used for some cabinet applications, such as backs, side panels and bottom of drawers. As with all hand-made furniture, expect some minor imperfections.
"I love my shake plate rack with Pegs. The only negative is with the mounting hardware. It is a little tricky to hang using the little metal hangers and wasn't very secure so I ended up drilling a couple holes where the studs are for extra sturdiness."
"Only critique: the hardware for hanging the shelf. (1) seems inadequate to ANY weight that might be put on the shelf (or hung from the hooks), and (2) when hung, the whole shelf cants away from the wall. A shim will fix the 2nd problem, but the 1st?
American Country reply: We recommend that you screw the shelf directly into the wall. You can pre-drill holes, however, we've found it not necessary since the wood is pine."