About a month ago, my husband and I purchased a hutch from an antique market. We’d been searching for one since we moved into our house in March, because we knew we’d quickly run out of kitchen cabinet space if we didn’t have a place to store our nicer dishes. We found this beauty for $230. It’s truly an antique – it has a note stapled to the top dating it to the early 1900s and purchased in Chicago. I wish I knew its entire history.
Because our dining room has wood floors and our dining room table is black and cherry wood toned, we made the tough decision to paint it. Yes, the wood was beautiful and could have been stained to look like new. But for our space, the paint looks perfect. (To prove that point … dining room reno photos coming soon!)