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Chippy Hutch


 The handles and dresser top look black, but they're actually a dark brown with a black glaze.  They look gorgeous with the green.
 I'm a little hesitant to show the before of this piece.  It's pretty bad.  Like hideous & gross, but I don't want the previous shape to keep someone from buying it.  I gave it a good bath before the refinish started. 

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  1. Oh this hutch is YUMMY!!! I'm a new follower and would love for you to share this at my NO-CHRISTMAS Party link up at Project Queen!

    LOVE the color!


  2. what a great pair- you totally transformed them! the green is awesome and i love the chippy look you achieved!

  3. Love the green color. Love the hutch, it looks great! Could you be so sweet as to share what color green you used?

  4. Gina, the color is Benjamin Moore, Terrapin Green. I also used a dark brown glaze over it. I love the color, too. It's the color I used on Heidi's kitchen.

  5. Thanks so much for posting the color. Not sure what piece of furniture I want to use it on but, if it turns anything like yours. . .I will be happy!

  6. I'm posting your Chippy Buffet this evening at Project Queen. Thanks so much for linking it up. I love it!

  7. Amazing! I love the whole thing. I am getting pretty good with distressing but I just can't get that chippy look.....any suggestions? Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

  8. Awesome transformation. I would have never guessed that cabinet could look this good!

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