Thursday, May 30, 2013

Depression Era Hutch II

I loved the first antique hutch I found.  I always wish I had two of everything, so I can see what they would look like painted differently.  I haven't been able to find very many good pieces lately so I practically jumped off my couch when I saw this beauty on CL! 

 I listed it as a piece available for refinishing even though I already had an idea what I wanted to do with it.  It sold right away and I was a little bummed because I didn't think I would get my way (haha ;) ).  Well, fate was smiling down on me again and my client and I were on the same page, so I got to do it how I wanted and have it sell right away!! Woo hoo! :)

 Before





 After

You know what I'm going to say, right?  I la-la-la love it!!!



 Check out all those yummy legs!!





 She picked out a picture of a hutch done in Old White and Coco (ASCP) and I took it to Sherwin Williams and found colors that were close.  I ended up using Decor White and Virtual Taupe.  I loved the taupe but it was a little blah so I stained over it Dark Walnut and it made the color so rich.  It looks so good against all that creamy white.  


 Check out these stunning knobs.  There was no way I was going to change out this hardware.  They were looking a little rough so I just went over them with some Danish Oil in Dark Walnut.  It's a stain and sealer in one, so I just wiped on and wiped off.  Easy peasy!



 She wanted a pop of color inside so I used Duck Egg (the real thing).   When they built it they actually put the shelves in and then put the back on and let me tell you this is one solid piece off furniture--there was no way that back was coming off!  The shelves wouldn't come out so I had to paint around them.  Not so fun.  



 This is so my favorite part of the whole thing!   She has a great curvy skirt and this perfect little detail to set it off.





Have a fantastic weekend!!

This hutch was featured by Karen @ Redoux
Nita @ Mod Vintage Life
Mary @ Boogieboard Cottage
Sharon & Denise @ BeBetsy
Nancy @ Artsy Chicks Rule
Kelly & Kristi @ Lolly Jane
Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co.
Deborah @ Green Willow Pond
Handy Man Crafty Woman

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22 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Lisa! Love the pop of Duck Egg on the interior.

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  2. Absolutely stunning. I just did a piece in Old White and Coco...put a mercury glass knob on it. It's a lovely combo. The Duck Egg interior is fabulous!

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  3. Turned out great! I can't wait to try the chalk paint on an old buffet I got off craigslist recently

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  4. So beautiful! Would love for you to share at Simple & Sweet Fridays. New Follower!

    Jody

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  5. Oh I love it! Those legs? - to die for! And I especially love the color inside on the shelves. Beautiful job!

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  6. Hi lovely lady.
    You did a beautiful job, love the color you had pick great job. I am hoping you have a wonderful week with your family also.
    XXOO Diane

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  7. Such a lovely redo! Thanks for sharing at Project Inspire{d} ~ pinning to my party board.

    Hugs, Mary Beth

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  8. Wow ... it is yummy! I love the colors. Looks A-MAZING!
    Great job, girl!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Stacey

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  9. Beautiful transformation! :-) I really love it! :-)
    stopping by today from If it's Not Baroque link party! :-)

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  10. What a great transformation! I love the color combinations. The dark stain is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful week,
    Bev
    @ Eclectic Red Barn

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  11. Beautiful! I love it so much, I want one now!! lol...
    Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Lisa ~ Beautiful! The colors really make this cabinet stand out - very nice, very nice indeed.

    So glad you linked up with us at the BeBetsy BRAG ABOUT IT Link and Hop.

    Have a wonderful week~
    Sharon and Denise!

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  13. Wow what a beautiful transformation, love the pop of color on the middle.

    Lisa

    Creative Raisins

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  14. Very pretty. I'm normally not one for painting antiques, but this looks really good. Visiting from Project Inspired Linky Party.
    Cheers!

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  15. What great lines this piece has and what an incredible transformation. I think I would have had a hard time parting with this piece.

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  16. Wow! What a lot of work, but it is so gorgeous! What a fantastic Redoux! Sharing at my party tomorrow :)

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  17. What a stunning piece of furniture! I love the legs and all the details. The colors are perfect! Thank you for sharing it at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great weekend!

    Hugs,
    Deborah

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  18. What a cool piece in a great color combination!

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  19. I featured your pretty hutch today at Mod Mix Monday!

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  20. Gorgeous! Love it and featuring it as one of my favorite 4 from last week's Project Inspire{d} party.
    Nancy

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  21. Very pretty hutch, I love the way you've painted it, perfection!

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  22. You were FEATURED on BeBetsy BRAG ABOUT IT Link and Hop. Congratulations!

    See the latest BeBetsy Brag About It post and get an 'I Was Featured' button for your blog.

    We would love it if you would create a link back from your post to to BeBetsy. Thank you.

    The BRAG ABOUT IT Tuesday party starts at midnight tonight and runs through next Saturday and we hope to see you there. Tell your friends.

    Sharon and Denise

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