Hutch top transformation

May 16th, 2013 in member junk     
Olivers_Oma Olivers_Oma, member
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I found the two pieces to an old hutch being thrown out. The bottom portion didn't interest me, but I could see a great bookcase just waiting to be created from the top. It was missing the glass from one of the sides, and it also was missing the top. Kind of a blessing, because it made painting, and replacing the shelves quite accessible and easy. I added some legs to the bottom. Painted it with primer, then painted it black and distressed it. I left the door the original color, and replaced the trim. The shelves are walnut too. It is very heavy and I was very pleased with how it turned out. Thought I would share.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, furniture

Comments (9)

The_paqrat writes: Very nicely done. I have a top to a hutch that I think would look great done like this. I also have 4 legs from a bed I found laying beside a dumpster. I've been thinking about making a bench from the bed. I think I'll still do that but steal a little off the legs to use on this hutch top. Thanks for a great idea.
Posted: 12:40 am on May 14th
junkobsessed writes: Interesting. I see these all the time. Great idea!
(PB's furniture restoration)
Posted: 10:36 pm on September 11th
CottageElements writes: Great transformation on this piece!

Lani Posted: 9:18 am on May 24th
msjunking writes: Very Nice... Posted: 2:24 pm on May 22nd
MakinItHappen writes: This is great! I especially love your color combination. Posted: 7:47 am on May 15th
JunkArchitect writes: It really turned out fantastic!

Jim
Posted: 5:23 am on May 14th
belle2 writes: great idea! Posted: 5:01 pm on May 13th
2boysmama writes: I agree- what an original piece. turned out great Posted: 4:53 pm on May 13th
georgiamoon writes: This turned out very very well! You did an amazing job.
Georgia Posted: 6:59 am on May 13th
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