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Refinishing A Hutch

Do you have a piece of furniture stashed away in your basement or garage that is too good to throw away, but you’re in a quandary as to what to do with it? It isn’t unusual to find a piece of furniture at a thrift store or flea market that has the storage you need but seems to be hopelessly outdated. Bev from flamingotoes walks us through the process she used to refinish a mid-century hutch she purchased.

Refinishing A Hutch Because Bev wanted a two-tone effect, she used chalk paint on only the front portion of the hutch. For the sides and trim, Bev used a Minwax poly finish in a cherry color. When she was finished, the hutch looked new, and the cherry wax highlighted all of the decorative trim on the piece.

Refinishing A Hutch

Consider this treatment for any piece of furniture that has good bones and the potential for becoming a truly unique and beautiful addition to your home.

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