Sunday, March 1, 2015

The Perfect Hutch Makeover

Before the Makeover
Scott after sanding in the garage...Yikes
Now that our new barn wood table is finished (see earlier post) our 90's honey oak hutch needed a makeover.  So Scott started sanding it down, removed the mirrors and glass from the doors.  His goal was to have it done by Christmas and sure enough, he
made it!

The hutch was sanded, painted with a primer, then painted white with a satin paint.  Turqouise and red paint were painted randomly in splotches.

Elmer's glue was painted in random areas (for crackle effect) and then another coat of white was painted over everything.  Finally, a stain was painted over the entire piece.  The leaded glass panels were removed from the front doors and chicken wire replaced it.  The mirror was also taken out of the back and bead board was painted in the same process as the rest of the hutch and placed in the back of the hutch.

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