A Vintage Farmhouse Hutch is 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!
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 vintage farmhouse 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 mother’s. I also found this jar of white buttons at an antique store. I love 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 of this vintage farmhouse hutch.
You may also enjoy the post, The Cutest DIY Shelf Liners in an Old Pine Hutch.
Here is where I replaced the books with some stacked plates from a local consignment shop. The same shop where I found all the silver pieces at! Double Score!!
This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission.”
SHOP VINTAGE FARMHOUSE HUTCH
(click on any of the images to shop the products)
The white pieces in this vintage farmhouse hutch 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.
I just found this really Fabolous Vintage Hutch Makeover that you may also love.
And give me all the tulips in this beautiful vintage farmhouse hutch!!
Blankets, wicker chairs, candles, and pillows add to that farmhouse cozy style.
I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Vermont.
Be sure to also check out our Home in Coastal Maine where we spend summers and weekends when we are craving a walk on the beach or a visit with old friends.
Please join me as a regular here at Dabbling & Decorating by signing up for my Saturday morning newsletter and never miss an update!
I’ve created the above custom pin just for this post! Hearing from you makes my day and your comments mean so much to me! Please join me over on Instagram & Pinterest to see more!
Lori Clark says
Hi! I have the same curtains and I’m wondering, did you cut them down from 50 to 25 inches? If so, do you have a wide shot of the whole window?
Hi Lori, No I didn’t cut them down, they fall to the floor. Thanks so much for stopping by!
I have recently started following your blog and I just love it! Both of your homes are just beautiful and so inspiring! And I love your cream walls which I am actually starting to use in my own home. I see where you used Sherwin Williams Navajo White. Does it tend to go more yellow at night? I have Benjamin Moore’s Indian White and have found that to be true. But during the day I love the soft color of it. Oh and this pine hutch is such an inspiration for me. I have a similar one in my dining room and you have given me several ideas.
Hi Deedra, welcome! I haven’t found it to go yellow in the evenings and I’m pretty sensitive to it. I’ve really enjoyed the color the last couple of years in our home. So glad you are joining me!!
Thank you Anne!