china hutch goes glam with Pure & Original paint
I’ve entered April’s The Fab furniture flippin contest. I got to use some awesome Pure & Original paint to transform this garage sale find china hutch.
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I was so excited to get picked to participate with this fabulous group of bloggers.
The sponsor for the contest this month is Pure & Original paint. Makers of some of the most fabulous paint to hit the DIY industry. It’s a luxury brand, imported from the Netherlands and crafted to be environmentally-friendly with little to no VOC.
Over 60 fabulous bloggers will be entered in “Pure Colors, Original Elegance” themed contest.
Here’s what’s up for grabs:
If you are an interested blogger you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in participating in future contests.
Would you believe this sweet beauty has been waiting since way back in Sept 2014 since I found her for this wonderful makeover. Don’t judge life has been crazy and gotten in the way but finally your time has come pretty china hutch.
If you could see the comments over on instagram looks like my daughter was sweet enough to go pick this up for me. Thanks awesome daughter. 😉
So then this beauty got moved inside our home and got put to use. Did you think just because it didn’t get revamped that it didn’t get used? Well your wrong its been in use the whole time. Revamped or not I loved this piece.
But of course I jumped at the chance to glam this baby up. To give this baby a elegant new look. I choose black truffle & cloudy concrete from Pure & Originals awesome colors.
I loved how easily this paint went on. And how well it covered. And I’m so loving how this piece turned out. She still has some secret pops I will reveal to you later but I hope you enjoyed her transformation.
Here a peak at her all decked out with my china & some of my white milk glass collection. These are pieces I like to use for parties so its nice to keep them so handy. And a plus that I think they are so pretty to look at.
So what do you think? Are you loving this transformation? Let me know in the comments below.
Some of my blogger best-friends are in this contest as well. You can see their beautiful furniture pieces in the links below:
Sue @Housekaboodle antique table paint makeover