This is my kitchen hutch that started as a road side find...
well, part of it.
This middle part is the "found" part.
It is all wood and it had glass doors and shelves.
I removed the glass doors since 2 small boys and glass doors
wasn't going to work in my home.
On that same roadside, there were also brand new cabinet door fronts
still in the wrappers, and I grabbed them too.
They ended up being an exact fit to apply to the sides for some added dimension.
A while back, I bought a large supply of picture frame molding
from a frame shop that was closing and I've used it for so many projects,
this one included.
It's all mismatched, but I personally love that look.
I used Home Depot fence post finials for the feet.
Click on the "things to make with molding" heading to see all the ways I've used
my picture frame molding
I cut some of the molding down to use as the door handles...
And used more to make the drawer pulls.
I built the two side pieces to match, they are separate from the main hutch.
I built them specifically to my dimensions for the wall in my kitchen.
I bought baskets for storage and it is the perfect spot for school supplies for my boys.
I used more molding to face out the edges of the shelves too.
I primed, painted and applied a dry brushed distressed finish on the
entire piece and painted the inside of the hutch in a bright apple green.
Thanks for checking out my roadside makeover!
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