Monday, November 29, 2010

My goodwill hutch

My trip to Goodwill scored this cute little hutch - $39- I did the happy little bargain dance and quietly tore the tag off and skipped to the cashier!  This was not in pristine condition but I've seen worse.  Both sides had peeling veneer and my idea was to use beadboard to cover up the ugly!  On my hunt, I stumbled upon paintable "tin ceiling" wallpaper - BINGO- I found the perfect solution. I measured it, cut it, spray adhesived it.  I gave the whole piece a few coats of  satin black spraypaint.  I added crystal knobs and it's ready for its premiere!  At least, it's ready for a Christmas collection or two!  Well, gotta fly! Claire















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9 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Looks amazing Claire! I love the tin look on the sides. I would totally hire you to decorate my house!

    Laura

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  2. This is AMAZING! I love it! The detailing on the original piece looks so beautiful painted black, and I love the tin ceiling wall paper on the sides. The white Christmas decorations inside are the perfect touch! You are so talented! When are you opening that store, missy?

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  3. What a beautiful piece of art. Looks FAB with that black colour.

    Enjoy,
    /chie

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  4. Love the tin wallpaper painted black, the white decorations look great against it! Way to go!

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  5. Okay, that's one sharp looking hutch! $39? You did a wonderful job and I love the white pieces inside...it's faboosh! Thanks for stopping by Beneath The Big Oak and your sweet comment! I'm your newest follower.

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  6. What a fabulous piece! I love that you painted it black for a timeless classic look...

    Take care,
    Lisa

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  7. $39... I'd be doing the happy dance, too! Looks great with all the white collectibles. Nice work!

    ~Michelle

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  8. Beautiful! What a transformation!

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  9. WOW! It looks fantastic, and I can't BELIEVE that price! I love the sides too! Great job! :)

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