Monday, April 16, 2018

{ Cozy Cottage Farmhouse Styled Kitchen Hutch }

Hey everyone & happy Monday or should I say almost Tuesday at this point! I'm so sorry that a fresh post was not out this morning for my regular readers...I have been sick with a little cold since Saturday & I just needed some extra rest which usually doesn't happen for me #ineversleep. I did whoever want to get this post out because it did brighten my day while I wasn't feeling so well. Yes, I still worked a bit while I wasn't feeling well because 1. This space needed it & 2. Redoing things always cheers me up. We've had this homemade wood hutch since about 2014 & when we got it, it was just plain 2 x 4 wood. I grabbed some $5 white paint I had { latex, gasp } haah & painted it. Fast forward 4 years & it's still one of my favorite fits the spot perfect next to the stove that is about 3 inch outward due to a huge gas line that would cost  a lot to move so this offsets that & it hides our trash can & homes our dogs' water win right?! I always try to make spaces cozy & charming with practical functionality..this is one of those spaces to a tee! Come see it freshly restyled with some of my favorite vintage & antique goodies!!



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If you're a long time reader you would know that many of, well actually 75% of our treasures are actual vintage/ antiques. My husbands business allowed him to come upon these frequently & for that I'll always be grateful. This hutch contains some of my favorite pieces..

** You can see how we added that vintage pantry door in a few easy & affordable steps HERE. I love how much charm it adds to our little cottage home..aka 1958 ranch.

The greenery adds the warmth I crave & helps bring that greenhouse/cottage feel I like around our home. The 3 planter is from Rae Dunn & although I'm not a huge fan or collector I did pick this up quite sometime ago & it fits perfectly in this space...because you know #blackthumb

The large sign is what started this little refresh..It's from Hobby Lobby on sale for under $20 & I love the look...a perfect old sign replica. The dishes are vintage from my gram & the milk glass bottles are also vintage. The spice rack is one of my most favorite finds & although it needs a little work it works so well in this space.

I hope you guys liked this look in our dining/ kitchen area. I hardly ever share it & I'm not sure why hhaha..but here she is ha. What was your favorite part or piece should I say? As always thanks for being so kind to me on here & all my social media links! YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST!!

Happy Tuesday!

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