Farmhouse Hutch

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday with their family and friends. I know that I had my fill of turkey, and pie to last me the rest of the year.  It was one crazy extended weekend with family, food and shopping. Talking about shopping I was disappointed this year with the Black Friday sales.  I usually get all of my Christmas shopping done on Black Friday, but this year that was not the case. Kohl’s sales were so sad, I didn’t even earn Kohl’s cash after my purchases this year.  I always get Kohl’s cash on Black Friday, but all I ended up buying were a pair of boots and some bath towels because the sale items weren’t all that enticing.  JCPenney had much better deals, but no coupons this year. What was up with that?  Seriously I wish I would have stayed home and slept late! What I did get was my farmhouse hutch that I bought from the Fancy Flea market a few weeks ago.  A few posts back I mentioned that I had bought a hutch [here] and the Fancy Flea, but had to leave it at my sisters house because it didn’t fit in my car.  Good news I drove up this weekend to pick it up and brought it home.

I love this little farmhouse hutch!  It is exactly what I was looking for and the perfect size for my dining room.

I particularly like the old latch on the door.  It looks vintage and adds a hint of rustic charm to the piece.

The hutch is made of wood and has a bead board backing.  It is painted green and beige, but distressed for a rustic look.

I had been searching for a small farmhouse hutch to house my Rae Dunn collection and I couldn’t be happier with the results.

Here is my hutch full of my Rae Dunn collection, well as much as I could fit in it anyway.

I also added touches of copper accents  (a pitcher and a few mugs) in the hutch for variety.

I added some of my Christmas pieces to decorate it up for the holidays.

I love how it turned out! What do you think of my farmhouse hutch?

My husband is happy and says that I can’t buy any more Rae Dunn pieces because they don’t fit in my hutch. LOL!  Little does he know;)  Now the only dilemma I have is whether to keep it the green color it is or paint it white? What do you think? I would love to hear from you, so please leave your opinion or suggestions in the comments below. I will be sharing Christmas crafts in the next blog post so be sure to come back to see that. As always, thank you so much for always reading this little blog of mine.