What wall treatment to use after removing a built in hutch?

Its built in a double wide and has a base cabinet with a counter top. The sides set on top with a mirror back. I would like to remove only the top portion.
q what wall treatment to use after removing a built in hutch
Suggestions please😊
  5 answers
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 08, 2018
    Is any of it actually attached to the wall, or is it just attached to the counter top?

    • Sheila Sheila on Jan 09, 2018
      yes it is attached to the wall. Somehow the part of what wall treatment would be good to use didn’t show up. The wall definitely will be damaged if removed.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 09, 2018
    I would try taking the hutch apart if that is possible to decrease the mass and see if that would make the damage a bit less with less weight. There may be no way to take it down without some damage. You may just be able to repair the wall and see if you can find something similar to what is on the wall that you can use once it is repaired. If the hutch is still in usable shape once it is removed, you could repurpose it as an entertainment center or a small bar or something.

  • Lil Lil on Jan 09, 2018
    We just removed one from the house we just bought. Look for the screws holding up the top. If you are careful, the damage to wall will be minimal, just use a little joint compound to fill holes and any scratches and paint over it. Removes shelves first and any molding that is attached to it.

  • Lil Lil on Jan 09, 2018
    Also remove the doors before taking it down

  • Nancy Flemming Nancy Flemming on Jan 12, 2018
    Wall treatment after removing, could just fit in a new piece of gyproc and repaint, or you could do a shiplap wall very simple and very popular right now as is a pallet wood for walls, depends on the look you are wanting or what is in the rest of the home. Good luck and have fun.