I found, bought and painted this hutch in 3 days, why you ask? Is she crazy you wonder? Well... a little bit!
I sold a hutch at a local store so I wanted to put in a replacement before the other one left the store. It was not much to look at when I first bought it but it was solid and had a good base. The one thing I did hate about it was the rose pattern on the glass window ( so very 80's) If anyone out there has any solutions on how to hide unwanted glass etchings let me know. Painting it with glass paint didn't work, spray frost didn't work so I just left it.
I painted the entire hutch white and then used my crackle glaze, let that dry for and hour. I painted over the hutch with an antique tin color by Behr, sanded then I went over it once again with antiquing glaze. The inside back of the hutch is voyage by Behr then I added amber lights and Done!!!