I am in L♥VE with turquoise home decor so it was natural to create a Turquoise Hutch!  Want to see my latest victim? 🙂
I was in need of more storage in my dining room and came across this hutch on Craigs for $50 and knew it was a match made in home decor heaven!
It was almost perfect…
…EXCEPT for the gold etched windows, broken light & outdated (and missing) pulls AND that it was an ugly 70’s brown!
Oh, hello command center 😉
To transform this piece, I did the usual…
Remove cabinet fronts, {break hideous gold etched crisscross glass out!} paint a pretty turquoise & distress:
The color is Sherwin-Williams “Mariner”, (we had Lowe’s color match it via the Valspar brand.) Once paint is dry, add beadboard paintable wallpaper [yes it’s WALLPAPER! Think 80’s!!] to the back of the hutch:
You thought it was real beadboard, didn’t you? 😉
Kristi was skeptical but this stuff by Allen Roth is awesome!  It was around $20 at Lowes.  Sweet. I added some wood beadboard as the glass shelves weren’t my style:
It was super easy to apply and paired with the chicken wire [which was a pain to put in due to the sides NOT opening, I literally got a splinter in my armpit if that gives you a visual, lol!!] & glass knobs [purchased at a small town store in N. AZ], it really pulls the shabbiness of hutch together:

I absolutely ♥ the end result and it fills my space perfectly, dontcha think? 🙂  Is turquoise too bold for your home decor?
Our friend Heather sent us her before/after of the SAME hutch in black! Small world!

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