Thursday, September 15, 2016

Small Wall Mount Hutch Updated

Added this Small Hutch to my booth at Village Antiques Mall



Garage sale find - small hutch before



This sweet little wall hanging or table top display piece sat on the table in the living room for weeks. September and cooler weather = time to paint.

I used CeCe Caldwell Vintage White, 2 coats plus some touch ups and added a lightly stencil the using CeCe Caldwell Pittsberg Gray, how-to here


There were 2 small turquoise and a pink stain bleed throughs that appeared after painting, used Zinsser Cover Stain, 3 coats and then repainted those areas with the Vintage White. Added a Chantecleer stencil in pale grey.




Finished project with CeCe Caldwell clear wax, polished.



Took an evening picture inside.




Thank you for dropping in today.

Featured by: 
Donna @ Two Chicks and a Mom (Sept 22/16)

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21 comments:

  1. I like the little guard rail on the top shelf. Well planned piece of furniture and I bet it super handy for your booth. :)

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  2. What a lovely update, white is always such a good classic choice :) And I also wanted to mention that the Wednesday "To Grandma's House We Go" link party just started over at grandmashousediy.com and I thought you might be interested in joining it, thanks!

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    1. Thank you for sharing with us! Pinned!

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  3. It looks beautiful! Full of charm and character all at the same time. It won't last long before someone falls in love with it and takes it home!

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  4. That little hutch is adorable and I am sure it will sell quick,there is nothing like white paint to make a piece of furniture look it's best.
    I also love those white ironstone pitchers in your header

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  5. Joy, you always find the best items at and I love how you re-purpose them and freshen them up! Glad to have you sharing at Funtastic Friday.

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  6. Joy, This is such a beautiful makeover! I would love to have this in my home! Thanks for sharing with us at Snickerdoodle Create-Bake-Make Link Party! Pinned to share.
    ~Laurie

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  7. What an adorable little hutch, would be good in our small home. You made look much prettier, love stencil on it.
    Was wondering what you'd want for little girl planter with lavender in her planter? She is on right in your last photo. I have two girl planters gotten when we lived in KY, they are same style, love them so much. Please let me know how much she is.
    Have great Fall weekend

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  8. Hi Jamie - the lady planters are lovely aren't they. I don't sell online, only through the Antiques Mall where, I have booths, sorry to disappoint.
    Joy

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  9. What a great find. I love what you did with it!

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  10. This is lovely, Joy! I would love to shop your booth ;) Thanks for sharing @Vintage Charm!

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  11. Very nice transition Joy! I like it.

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  12. Joy, What a wonderful piece. Small is great and good paint color. Sylvia D.

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  13. Hi Joy, Another great find and DIY project. Your booth has to be the most interesting one in your mall. I mean it. Smiling here.

    Thank you for joining Blue Monday with such interesting posts.
    Hugs,
    Jeanne

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  14. I always enjoy seeing your latest upcycled pieces and the "how to" tutorials, I think I'd like to visit your booth one day! Thanks for joining us for Mosaic Monday this week.

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  15. The dish hutch looks wonderful, love the paint color you chose! Thanks for joining the DI & DI Link Party.

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  16. OOO, I love this sweet piece..great color, too

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  17. What a sweet piece Joy. Love the new color! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  18. Hi Joy. Just letting you know that twochicksandamom Featured your hutch makeover at Funtastic Friday this week. Hope you can stop by again.
    http://twochicksandamom.blogspot.com/2016/09/funtastic-friday-93.html

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  19. Nice job!!! That shouldn't last long. Thanks so much forlinking up!

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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