I got this hutch from my neighbor last summer as a trade after doing some work for her in her house. She was cleaining out the side yard so her son told her about these cupboards I was selling on Craigslist during my garage renovation, and asked how much she could buy them for. I was thrilled, because I had seen this hutch she had covered out there and knew she planned on getting rid of it. I asked if she would like to work out a trade instead. I was so excited when she said yes!! We felt like we were both winning out on this one, I love it when that happens! So my husband and I took it home and it sat in my dining room feeling too big and not quite right for months.
I had a little bit of a dilemma with making it work in my space. It felt so big and over-bearing.
After posting it on my Facebook page and collecting some opinions while finding some pinterest inspiration, I decided on the style I wanted to paint it. But I still couldn’t get myself to do it. It was then that I realized I needed to sell it. So I did. I went through a seller’s remorse, wondering if I made a mistake. It was then that I started looking for a more suitable hutch on craigslist. I found this cute pine hutch for less than half of what I sold the other one for. It was obviously worth less, but I felt it was more suitable….
Till I brought it home and set it in the old hutch’s place.
5 thoughts on “The Perfect Pine Hutch”
It looks amazing! Great job :)Susan
Pretty! I love how you've styled it!
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