Dining Room Hutch.

4 Materials
$1200
10 Days
Medium

I bought a Manufactured home in February and had to do a lot of upgrades. It looked really old fashion and outdated. It had the paneling From the 1970 and it was dark and gloomy, We painted it white,Got some new crown molding, added contact paper to the backdrop, Also put in the lighting, change the knobs painted the doors. And this is the end result.

Before

This was a picture of the dark hutch

The hutch was very dark and it has the doors.

Before

Very dark and old fashion.

Contact paper

We took out the doors and we painted white And contact paper from target.

We took out the doors and we painted white.

Contact paper

Contact paper

I purchased the contact paper from target.

New knobs

New knobs,I found the tops at hobby lobby

The knobs and contact paper

The knobs and contact paper,I couldn’t believe how the knobs in the contact paper match exactly.

Replace the lighting

Replace the lighting,I found this beautiful lighting at Home Depot, After doing some research went online and I saw that it was cheaper on Amazon so I ordered it from Amazon.

Lighting

Lighting, OK I found the lighting single lighting online so we put a cluster of lights in the middle that are adjustable and single lights inside.

Found the dining room table at overstock.com, and I bought the dining room chairs On offer up.

Mirror

The mirror was Gold and I painted it’s Silver.

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  • Maz34517576 Maz34517576 on Jun 01, 2021

    very beautiful! The whole affect is very nice!

  • Linda Abate Linda Abate on Jun 02, 2021

    What a fabulous transformation. You took a tired piece of furniture and gave it a new life. AWESOME JOB.

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