Wednesday, March 14, 2012

French Country Hutch

Last week I came across this cute little Hutch.


This is what she looked like when I picked her up.


She had been painted at least four different colors. The last coat of paint was so bad, it had long drip marks just sliding all down the front. It was like the last coat of paint was so thick it just slid & then dried that way.



As you can see, she was Mustard yellow, emerald green with a bad wood stained job on top.  I wanted to take advantage of the nice spring weather, so I put my hubby & son crew to work. They sanded off all her wrinkles.




Now she was ready for paint. I wanted to do a two toned look so I chose Old White & Paris Grey DIY chalk paint.



Ahh!! So much better already.



Gave her alittle French flare.



Added alittle bling.

Sold

Now she is ready for her new home!

If you want to see her in person, I have her for sale at my booth in Colette's Vintage & Antiques mall in Burton, Mi. Thanks for visiting & have a great day!  Dee

6 comments:

  1. Wow, what a HUGE difference!! The hutch is so cute!

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  2. wow, what a transformation! SO much better!!!!

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  3. Very cute! I'm your newest follower, it would be great if you could pop by my blog sometime if you have a moment.
    Cas x

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  4. So fresh and pretty now! Beautifully done!

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