Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Hook Up Your Hutch Party!

I'm joining the new Hook Up Your Hutch Party over at Jennifer Rizzo's

The hutch is not "vintage", but the wood is.  I had it built from 200 year old salvaged
English pine by a wonderful cabinet maker.  It's look changes with the seasons or just
when I'm in the mood for something different.

You can read more about how I use the base for storage HERE.

Thanks for stopping by, hope to see you again soon.


  1. Big and beautiful and awesome---you have such a nice home!

  2. Oh, My Goodness!!! This is the most beautiful hutch I have seen in years and years, and the china looks gorgeous sanding there. What a lucky lady you are to have such a lovely piece of furniture. I agree, the wood is out of this world!

    Genie @ Buttons for Baga

  3. That hutch is FANTASTIC!!!!!!!! Thank you for sharing it with us!!!!

  4. This hutch is gorgeous! I love my black farmhouse hutch, but I still need more storage. Of course I don't have near the dishes you have (oh yours are so beautiful!!!), but I'm thinking I'll turn a closet in my office into a dish storage closet! Husband willing. :D

    I've linked to Jennifer Rizzo's Hook Up Your Hutch Party. Come take a look. ~Ames

  5. Thanks for your lovely comments, I do love my hutch!

    Ames - Closets are a great source for expanding storage possibilities!


  6. You are like the dish storage Queen! Lucky you to own all those fabulous dishes and to have the space to store it and be able to see so much of it all at the same time. The plastic frame/trays are great. I use them with crafts but they are genius in the kitchen!

  7. Hi Susanne -

    I'm sure the tray thing was not an original idea of mine, but it is one of the best tricks for storing all those little things that I've found.

    Thanks for stopping by,


Thank you for your lovely comments.

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