1970's Craigslist Hutch Turned "Baker's" Hutch {Chalk Paint}


I picked up this super 70's hutch from Craigslist last March. It was solid and heavy and well made....but needed love and lots of it! I brought it home and cleaned it up then painted it with Annie Sloan Chalk paint. A few small revisions later, plus paint, and I have a sweet little "baker's" hutch for my dining room.
BEFORE shot. What a difference a little paint makes! Oh and some new hardware too!
My husband replaced, cut and attached the board to the back. (I decided to replace the large space lined paneling on the back with smaller spaced bead board. I painted and waxed, then attached.)
I waxed the entire piece with one of my favorite tools...the wax brush.
Great spot for all of my baking items.
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Nancy @ ArtsyChicksRule

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