Monday, March 5, 2018

I Painted The Craig's List Hutch!

 Happy Monday!
Remember my Craig's List hutch ?
I painted it! A couple weeks ago I painted it off white with Rustoleum Chalk Paint.. I left the top and back wood ..
 I bought new wrought iron looking knobs at Hobby Lobby ..
 I have it all decorated for Spring .. we are figuring out how to add lights to all the shelves.. I like it all lit up :)
 I planned on using dark wax to dirty it up .. but it made it too dirty .. so I used dark glaze and a small paint brush in all the cracks and detailed areas .. also on all the edges so it looks worn .., and vintage

 Don't you love this cake plate filled with baby ducks a nest and some flower picks ?
On the top I have some spring flowering branches ..some Lambs ear ..a vintage picnic hamper ,, an ironstone soup tureen and a lantern .. Seasons in Chalk art Spring hangs on the wall ..
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nuria said...

Looks great!!! Are you going to change the colour every season??😉 I love your podcast with Chelsea!!

Techno Teaching Summer Institute said...

This is absolutely stunning!! Definitely there should be lights to add to its beauty.
Are you going to give us a closer look in the next Floss Tube video?
Great job!!!

Jo Anne Hayon said...

The have stick up lights, you could use. U like it painted. Beautiful!

Mary in AR said...

It looks fantastic! You did a great job painting and decorating!

gmp said...

It really does look amazing!! That is exactly what I am looking for!
Good Job, Priscilla!!

Carol said...

What an amazing transformation, Priscilla! I love the way you left the top and back the original color. I have a three piece wall-unit that I would love to paint, but I've never attempted anything like that. I hope to get up my nerve some day :)

Barb said...

It looks great, just the right amount of aging.

Kathleen George said...

Have fun decorating your pretty white hutch for the seasons and holidays:).
Kathleen in Az

Sandy said...

IT really turned out adorable. At Christmas I would have said it didn't need painting, but it looks so cute now that I have seen it. Good call.

Shelia said...

Looks wonderful! I love how you've decorated it also for spring. Can you believe I've still never used chalk paint? 😜

Tracy Dixon said...

It looks fantastic, looks like a new unit. I am after a unit for my kitchen diner I was going to buy new but I am rethinking the idea now after see how well yours turned out x

BarberryLane Designs said...

Wow, that looks great -----I'm glad you left some of that beautiful wood showing. Really makes the details jump out at you!.