Jill B
Jill B
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  • Bismarck, ND

Hutch Redo


Love how the hutch turned out with the chicken wire and faux tin. Kind of french modern??? Not sure. Anyway I used Annie Sloan chalk paint in country grey with olive undertones. I loved the original hardware so I just gave them a facelift. :)
Complete and ready for a new home. :)
Complete and ready for a new home. :)
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before top
before bottom
before bottom
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details
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details
used faux tin for the back for some added detail.
used faux tin for the back for some added detail.

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  • Nancy B
    on Jul 5, 2015

    Was Country Grey the only color used? How did you get the olive tones? I assume you used Dark wax? You did a fantastic job -- thus many questions! This the perfect color for my kitchen cabinets

  • Anne-marie Delaurier
    on Dec 14, 2015

    Love it!! Fantastic

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