Antique White Hutch Transformation
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Linda Abate on Apr 30, 2020
The transformation of your hutch is very pretty. I am glad that you left the table top part stained. Goes to show that a little bit of paint and time can do wonders to an old piece of furniture. BEAUTIFUL.
Annette on Oct 03, 2020
OMG! This totally got me thinking.....For starters, I have the exact same hutch...Pennsylvania House ...It was part of my parent's dining room set which I now have. I can't tell from your photo, but mine has the original blown glass windows which have a slight curve effect....I am planning to take it to my next house which will be a log home and haven't decided if I will paint it or not. The wood is actually in excellent condition except for one scratch that occured on the top of the buffet section as they were reassembling it in my house. ...LOVED seeing this idea!
Did you tape off the glass, or if not - how did you remove the paint? Thanks.
This is to the lady that helped you and has been refinishing wood products for a while. My dinning table is a soft wood(wish it was oak) it scratches really easy. If I sand it down and restain the top, what can I put on it after the stain, that will make it harder and less likely to scratch.
In looking at the before and after pictures it is evident that you physically altered the piece. How did you do that and what did you do with any leftover wood?