Wednesday, May 25, 2011

French Provincial Hutch & a HEADS UP ~

On this pretty little piece Mike had a handy dandy helper in his workshop...
 Christa from Stories of a House!
Christa was not only was a great help to Mike, taking the initiative to do what needed to be done and has the skill to do it, but also documented the entire process from start to finish, complete with video how-to's. The work that went into the hutch is just one example that will be part of the e-book ...just so you know :)))
Thanks again for all your help Christa!

~ SOLD ~
French Provincial hutch in an antiqued creamy white, chippy distressed and glazed finish. Shelves and buffet top are a nice brown stain. The bottom portion is very bowed on the raised panel cabinets, drawers and scalloped bottom. Drawers are dovetailed and have decorative glass knobs. A nice piece for a smaller space.

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*** Please make sure measurements will work for your space. This is not a large hutch.
Entire piece measures:
72" tall x 17" deep x 45" wide
Top hutch portion is 41" wide and 13" deep
Bottom buffet portion stands 29" tall x 45" wide x 17" deep
Stained brown wood shelves are not adjustable 

Tomorrow I'll post an 8 drawer bowed dresser, almost identical in style to the bowed chippy dresser posted May 19th. It is a crisp white chippy distressed finish. VERY CUTE!


  1. Stunning, just stunning. Please also consider turning off your word verification.

  2. I love your work. I just started a blog to post my work in progress. Check it out!

  3. hi - Gorgeous as always!
    i love that you've left the wood surfaces unpainted
    cheers Fiona at lilyfieldlife

  4. I'm happily exhausted :) Working with you and Mike is so natural and EASY!

  5. Amazing! I'd pay 350, it's gorgeous! I'll be posting an armoire that I'm almost finished with tomorrow. :)


  6. Oh, it's so lovely, as usual! I am running out of words to describe how awesome your pieces are! :)

  7. Beautiful! Sounds like a fun project with Christa - have fun!


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