A Little Before & After Fun - Annie Sloan Chalk Painted Hutch

This solid, well made, heavy hutch was picked up at my local thrift store for TEN dollars and transformed with a little paint. (spray paint AND Annie Sloan Chalk Paint(R))
What a difference a little paint makes!! Now it shines...

My absolute favorite color in the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint(R) line! Aubusson Blue.
Isn't is just beautiful???
I used Oil Rubbed Bronze spray paint on the handles and Graphite Chalk Paint(R) for the top. More details are in the post linked below.
Scroll all the way to the bottom of this page to see the link.
This is what the little hutch looked like when I found it.
Can you believe it was only ten dollars? They are hard to find at that price anymore!
It was in very good shape but just needed a little love....and a little paint too.
So I gave it some of both!
To see more details, visit the link below to see the blog post about this piece...
One of my other favorites in Aubusson! (IT'S ON MY BLOG TOO)
To see more details, VISIT THE LINK BELOW to see the AFTER and more details on this makeover.....

To see more: http://www.artsychicksrule.com/2012/12/a-little-before-after-fun.html

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  • Valerie
    Valerie South Africa
    This is SO NICE! Love the blue - what a lucky find!
  • Nancy @ ArtsyChicksRule
    Nancy @ ArtsyChicksRule Virginia Beach, VA
    Thanks :) Valerie !
  • Regina Towers
    Regina Towers Coatesville, PA
    I think it looks beautiful! Yes, times change...what's in is out, what's out is in so quickly. My father spent months stripping a blue Thomasville dining room set to get it to the bare wood, stain etc... Now the blue would have been perfect!
  • Linda
    Linda Hackettstown, NJ
  • Linda
    Linda Hackettstown, NJ
    Tried to find it, took me to other pages, Disney ads ... Gave up .. Why can't you post photo with the 'before' like others do?
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