Today I am excited to begin the restoration work on this vintage wood hutch.
I love the arched top and the carved details. With some glazing and distressing, those details are really going to stand out.
What I especially like about this wood hutch is that it has 3 drawers and offers tons of storage, and because it’s narrow, it doesn’t take up a lot of room. Now that’s what I call a win/win!
As soon as all the repairs are made, I can begin priming. Then comes the fun part!
This wood hutch reminds me of a cabinet Sausha over at Sweet Pickins Furniture did a while back using a Vaseline distressing treatment.
Except her’s isn’t arched… and it doesn’t have drawers. And it’s a completely different style…
OK, well, they both have chicken wire door fronts!
I guess my memory just isn’t as good as it once was.
I’m not sure if I will do any of the Vaseline distressing on my wood hutch, you’ll have to wait and see! But if you’d like more information, you can read about the technique here.
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