Saturday, June 23, 2012

My Jade Hutch

Hello friends!

I am so excited to share this with you!
This project was a long time coming. Literally. 
I bought our hutch almost two years ago with the intention of painting it. 
I am so glad I waited because I originally was going to paint it black. 

But then Jade walked into my life. 
Krylon Jade that is.

So here is the before

Then came...
Sanding and Priming

I used Rustoleum Gray Primer
I HIGHLY recommend this primer!!!
It is the best I have ever used.

Then I got my Jade and spray painted my little heart out!

Next was staining the top of the buffet
I used Minwax Red Chestnut that I have had laying around FOREVER.


Then I sanded the top again and sealed with Minwax Polyerethane. 

and

Drum roll please.....
Is it possible to be in love with a piece of furniture?
These pictures do NOT do this gorgeous piece any justice!

Here she is all put back together.



Ugh, I am in LOVE! My Fenton Hobnail Milk glass POPS!












48 comments:

  1. Beautiful transformation!!! I love the color. Megan

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    1. Thank you! I'm obsessed. I have bought three Walmart's out of that color so far :)

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  2. OMG- this is beautiful. I want to repurpose something now! Thanks for sharing!


    Join my "All Things Pretty" Blog Hop!

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  3. ah! adore the milk glass and hutch color. seriously, it's stunning. good job!

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    1. Wow, I appreciate the compliment and am browsing your lovely blog as we speak!

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  4. Found your site via The Sasse Life, and I am quite glad that I did! I LOVE this! It turned out so nice!

    - Roopa
    http://brightphosphenes.blogspot.com/

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  5. You already know I love it! Even prettier with all of your collection inside!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous! I love that jade and the chestnut stain is the perfect compliment to it!

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  7. Oh wow! That is stunning!! What a beautiful Makeover you gave it.

    New follower from the Sunday Social, hope you'll follow back! :)

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  8. So good! You did such an amazing job!!

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  9. Holy smokes! I can not believe you spray painted that! It's beautiful!!

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  10. That color is so gorgeous! I'm happy to be your newest follower from Sunday Social and would love for you to follow me back at http://www.two-in-diapers.blogspot.com! :)

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  11. That is a beautiful color! milk glass looks beautiful against it.You did a great job. Thanks for visiting!

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  12. That is absolutely gorgeous. Deb

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  13. Great job and it looks amazing. You do have a fabulous collection of milk glass and it is all beautifully displayed. Thanks tons for joining TTT. Hugs, marty

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  14. It is splendid. How much spray paint did it take? I love the color and using a little stain was a really nice touch.

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  15. Oooh! So pretty! You did a wonderful job on that hutch.

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  16. Wow, what a great job! I love the Johnson Family sign.

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  17. You did a fantastic job! I love Milk glass and it looks so fabulous with the beautiful Jade color. I'm stopping by via Kathe with an E.
    Your newest follower,
    Kathleen

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  18. This hutch came out great. I love the color. Saw you on DIY.

    Cynthia

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  19. the hutch turned out awesome but what i really really love is all your white milk glass awesome just awesome

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  20. The jade with the milk glass is amazing! great piece!

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  21. It is stunning. I have an old antique hutch that I have been wanting to paint just cant decide what color. This is on my list!

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  22. That color is gorgeous! You did a great job. I love the natural wood you left with the green color too. And you're right about your milk glass! They look so pretty next to the jade! Thanks for linking up!

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  23. Wow! This is breathtaking! I love the jade paired with the wood top! I'm so pinning this to my I <3 Fab Furniture board!

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  24. This looks amazing! You did an awesome job. :)

    Julie
    www.jamscorner.com

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  25. What a gorgeous color! I love that you stained the top too...with all your fun white pieces it all just pops!!! Now I want to paint something:-)

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  26. AMAZING!!! i'd love for you to come link this post or anything else you want up to my weekend link party http://www.lovenotesbylauryn.blogspot.com/2012/06/spread-love-link-party-14.html have a great weekend!
    {love} lauryn @ lovenotesbylauryn.blogspot.com

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  27. Perfection! Featuring you today! XO, Aimee

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  28. Amazing what a can of spray paint can do! I made my very dated hutch over with the same method! Looks great! Love the color! It looks great with your milk glass!

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  29. Visiting you via Kathe with an E. This piece is spectacular!! I love the color and the milk glass just pops!! I want to add more white accessories to my decor, but I think I may add Krylon Jade first!! ;)

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  30. thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment about my turquoise French Provincial. I'm coming to deep in Arkansas tomorrow!!!! Visiting relatives. Love your makeover, I know what you mean about the photos not doing the paint job justice. I need to take photography classes, but you can only do so much, right?

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  31. Oh, my goodness! Your hutch turned out so gorgeous! I love it and you spray painted it? You did a marvelous job. You've dressed her up beautifully too!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  32. wow, it looks amazing! I collect milk glass too, but don't have as much of a collection as you do, just one shelf on my bookshelf

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  33. I love it! My mom had my dad make her a beadboard-backed hutch top for an old buffet years ago, and she painted it (and her kitchen cabinets) in a Williamsburg color (I think it was Benjamin Moore paint but I forget) that looked just like your hutch. She had milk glass all over it. It brings back many fond memories seeing yours.

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  34. That is practically perfect!!! Beautiful work. Thank you for sharing. Visiting from DIY by Design. Would love it if you would share this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com/2012/07/make-it-pretty-monday-week-5.html Wishing you a grand week. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  35. That looks fantastic! I really like the color you chose. And you're right - the hobnail does look great on it :)

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  37. So, exactly, what is the secret to such a fantastic finish using spray paint? I have always been afraid of spray.....The hutch is simply devine!

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  38. Oh wow! That hutch looks totally transformed! Awesome job!

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  39. WOWSERS...that looks A M A Z I N G!!! Girl, you did a FAB job on that hutch. I would love to own a piece like that. The decorating and accessorizing is endless. ;) I love all the white pieces, you have a great collection. xoxo ~Liz

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  40. Such a transformation it is lovely. Stopping by to say Hi from the blog hop. Come visit sometime, tea is cold and no shoes are required. Kathy B. http://www.southernmadeintheshade.blogspot.com New follower.

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