Kitchen storage is such a valuable commodity to most everyone. I often find myself having to store dishes or serving pieces in the laundry room, only to realize that they aren’t as easily accessible as I would like. I had been looking for creative solutions when I stumbled upon this hutch for a really good price on Craigslist.
I think everyone I knew had one of these in the late 1980’s and into the 90’s, so finding one still in good shape was quite a stroke of luck. Naturally I wanted to help it blend in with the rest of my decor, so out came the primer and paint to create a “new” hutch to help with kitchen storage.
Glossy black paint and cute knobs from Hobby Lobby gave this old piece just the breath of life it needed. I also added wood strips so that I could display seasonal dish-ware on the shelves.
The doors on the bottom hide a variety of platters, oversized serving bowls, and pitchers. The shelves are deep enough to make quite a difference in organizing my kitchen.
I also love that I can display china and holiday decorations. It will help to keep my countertops clear for Christmas baking, but still allow for a festive touch in the kitchen.
Do you have any interesting projects join on? How do you cope with lack of space when trying to get organized?
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Just gorgeous! I am a southern gal myself and so am excited to be your newest follower! Happy MM.
Oh wow! What a Cinderella story that cabinet has experienced. Just wonderful, Jen. Glad that you now have some extra storage…beautiful storage…for your dishes!
This is a better time to start on home improvement in kitchen countertops, as the world of fashion is evolving at a fast pace. You may not require a lot of money, if your renovation plans involve small steps.