Antique hutches are so beautiful I think. They add so much warmth and hygge to almost any room. I found this hutch at a local vintage furniture shop over a year ago and had never really styled it the way I wanted it, until now. I hope you like it and get a little decorating inspiration along the way!
Hover over Photo for Details of Vintage Hutch Before.
I started with a clean hutch by emptying out the entire unit for a clean, fresh look. I gathered up all the white and silver that I had in the house.
I then started decorating the hutch top down starting with a vintage mountain scene framed in gold, along with some really soft looking baskets that I found at JoAnne Fabrics and a white tea set that was my mothers. I also found this jar of white buttons at an antique store. I luv the soft white touches against the vintage gold.
One thing I had to keep in mind when decorating, is how it would look when I closed the glass doors. Therefore, I had to add some height on the bottom shelf, especially so the items could be seen when the doors were closed. I started with books, however quickly changed that up! Although I do like the books too!! See later photos.
Here is where I replaced the books with some stacked plates from a local consignment shop. The same shop that I found all the silver pieces at! Double Score!!
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The white pieces are from various consignment shops, antique shops, HomeGoods, and Target.
If some of the pictures are looking a little crooked, it's actually the vintage hutch, which definitely shows off its age!
Vintage books always add so much charm to much-needed filler spaces, along with some displayed white napkins and placemats.
And give me all the Tulips!!
Blankets, wicker chairs, candles, and pillows add to that farmhouse cozy style.
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