new hutch is in!
I hope everyone had a great Turkey Day! We spent the long weekend in what felt like food and alcohol-induced comas and it was wonderful to do nothing but spend time with family!
From the time we chose and tweaked the floorplan for our home I knew I wanted a hutch in the breakfast area to make it feel more like an extension of the kitchen. We have vaulted ceilings in both areas and unfortunately, every piece of furniture I considered to refinish seemed dwarfed in the space, so we ended up going custom and we’re so glad we did! We put it up over the weekend, and I love how it turned out! Here are some of the spaces that that got my creative juices flowing when it came time to design my own:
The built-ins from the movie Something’s Gotta Give are my all-time favorite. Clean and classic with beadboard backing and oil rubbed bronze pulls (and that incredible collection of white ironstone!):
South African interior designer John Jacob knows how to style a mean China hutch:
I’ve always loved this charcoal gray built-in from the Coastal Living showhouse a few years back. The hutch ties the dining area and the kitchen together with the same dark gray paint as the cabinets in the kitchen:
Here is another view from the living room, via:
Interior designer Holly Mathis’ dining room is small on space but high on style, thanks to a beautiful built-in which she painted Martha Stewart’s Flagstone. Her white plates really pop against the soft gray paint:
When I first saw this built-in hutch in Southern Living a few months ago, my jaw literally hit the floor. How stunning! The arched doors and antique brass hardware are just perfect:
I love this built-in plate rack in Windsor Smith’s gorgeous white kitchen:
This black beauty, via Atlanta Home Mag is absolutely stunning. It makes me want to paint mine in a glossy onyx. Love the glass doors, too:
Another beautiful distressed black hutch, via Country Living:
More beautiful contrast of white serveware against pale gray, via:
And here is what the hutch looks like. It has changed the entire look of the kitchen:
We ran the beadboard horizontally instead of vertically to match with the rest of the house:
Flush-mount Shaker-style doors on the bottom:
I have a lot of work to do to get this part of the house finished – this hutch is only primed, so I have to paint, decide on a new chandelier, refinish and reupholster dining chairs. Stay tuned to see how everything comes together! Happy Monday!
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