Goodwill Hutch Makeover

It’s been a while since I found anything at Goodwill that I wanted to makeover and the other day I found this sweet little hutch. It’s only 4 feet tall, would have made a nice little piece for a play house, but I had other ideas for her.
I paid $19.99 for it.

We had a beautiful day yesterday, it was 60 degrees here in Western PA, so I put down my painting “cardboard” in the driveway. I had 2 cans of Almond spray paint so I knew that would be enough to paint her. I used the one can and then when I went for the other can, it wouldn’t spray! Doesn’t that frustrate you when you are in the middle of a project. And, I can’t just hop in the car and go get another because the hutch is in the driveway. So I brought it back into the basement and made a trip to Walmart. Walmart didn’t have any Almond paint. WAAAAA!! 😭

I ended up getting another color, it was lighter, but I went with it. Sorry, I didn’t take any photos of the painting process, but here she is all pretty!

The bottom has 2 shelves and I will use one to store extra TP.

Almost everything I’ve placed on the shelves have been Goodwill finds, except for the Bless You jar and the little soap box and I painted both of those. I love the little shamrock plant, I found that the same day as the hutch.

This is the full view of our bathroom. When we bought this home it had the yellow/burgundy tile. A friend at church gave me the berry/vine shower curtain and I was able to find similar curtains to match. I found the braided rugs at a thrift store, they were like new and the perfect color.

I decided to do some distressing on this after living with it for a day. I just took some sand paper and went along the edges. The top of this already has some areas that were distressed, so I went over those with the sand paper to make it look more chippy.

And, since we are headed into Easter, decided to add some Easter decor to it.
The bunny was a Goodwill find and the carrots are from Dollar Tree.

This is the full view of it, I also added a burgundy plaid placemat.

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have been inspired to not see things as they are, but seem with the potential they can be.