Let’s start it off nice and easy with this great distressed hutch from Sarah at Funcycled. I love the window panels at the top, aren’t they so much more noticeable now? Such a classy looking piece.
But this next hutch knew nothing about class, at least, that’s what I would have thought. So many drawers and knobs and doors and shelves, it’s got WAY too much going on, right? Wrong-o. Check out how flipping great it looks in gray and white. This also comes from Sarah, and you can get a close-up look here.
So don’t ever let anyone tell you gray = boring, because here comes another gray hutch, this time from Beth at Sawdust and Embryos, which is anything but. I love how she swapped out the original bottom half for a dresser that is much better-suited for the job. Do you love the background? Yeah, she hand-painted that, no big whoop. (Kidding. It’s a really big whoop).
And here is another one from hutch-sensai Sarah, who was at it with her hutch-handiwork once again. But this time she was seeing red, or trying to. She hunted high and low for the perfect shade of red that wasn’t too pink or too orange and landed on California Poppy by Behr.
See it right here on her blog Funcycled.