February 7, 2010

Found It

Last year I began to look for an old china cabinet/hutch for the dining room. I wanted something old and inexpensive to paint and distress. Well, look what I found yesterday.

We came across this Ethan Allen solid pine hutch at a consignment shop for 199.00 and I got it for 179.00! I think it will be white, but hubby is in favor of a color. Any advise?

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I'm starting on it this week, so stay tuned for updates and the finished product. This is one excited girl. :)

6 comments:

  1. leave it dark brown, it's gorgeous!!!

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  2. Thanks for your lovely comment!
    Hope your weekend was great!
    Happy new week,
    Federica.
    xoxo

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  3. The brown in the picture looks good, but in real life it's REALLY scratched up. I'll admit I did think the same thing when I saw the picture for the first time. Hmm...

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  4. Hi Lori.
    Thanks for your comment, I've looked at all your blogs and am really impressed by your art and your strength to cope with your child's illness... I think I'll keep stopping by ;-) Carole x

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  5. What about gray... or mustard yellow... or turquoise? :) In order of preference :)

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  6. Right on, 31! I hadn't thought of gray. A light turquoise is my first choice. Second is yellow. Great minds and all that, huh? Thanks for the suggestions.

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