You may remember me mentioning the hutch that is in our living room before. The previous owner of the house left it in the basement for us and I really loved it so after we took down our Christmas tree we brought it upstairs. I had been thinking of painting the back panel for a while but didn't want to do something so permanent. I finally found some pretty paper while I was in Ohio and if I am remember correcly I only paid 25 cents for two rolls of this stuff! I papered the back of this cabinet a week or two ago while I was watching Dance Moms (don't judge me) and the built in unit is next on my list to be papered. I'm sure I will be watching an equally embarrassing show when I work on that project.
Of course I forgot to take an official before photo but here is what the hutch looked like originally.
The paper really brightens it up and the colours are pretty perfect. I love this hutch even more now. However, if I ever stop loving the paper it is just stuck on with painters tape so it will be easy to remove. Once I finish up the built in unit in the kitchen I will be sure to show you some more photos.
Today I am at Canada's Wonderland enjoying some rides and hopefully nice weather. It has been a really long time since I have been so I am really happy my friend asked me to go with her while she is in town this week. I hope you are all having a great day!
Totally jealous you're at a theme park without me. We 100% need to visit one this summer, I haven't ridden a roller coaster in way too long.ReplyDelete
I wish you could have come!!!! The new roller coaster at Canada's Wonderland is totally off the hooooooook!Delete
It looks so good!ReplyDelete
That paper looks so good; and your Blythe makes this pictures pretty perfect.ReplyDelete
Super cute! And I love that you come to Ohio. It's my favorite state! :)ReplyDelete
Looks wonderful! I'm a huge fan of painting/papering the inside of cabinets-- makes everything inside pop!ReplyDelete
Oh that looks fantastic. I've been contemplating adding paper to the back of a bookcase for a while and this has totally inspired me to get back onto it.ReplyDelete
Love those little dolls as well, too sweet!
Oh wow, this paper is genius. haha. it looks amazing, really. very unique and i'm sure that it makes this room brightener. just like you wrote. + the price is wow. it's like almost for free! wow it was very good buy!!!!!ReplyDelete
I love the paper and that hutch is to die for! I can't believe it was just left behind. BeautifulReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love it when a small change can make such a huge difference in vintage furniture.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!! I love this idea. I have so many home decor ideas to try! Love that Imperial camera too.ReplyDelete
Have fun at the theme park!
I love that wallpaper! I just can't believe that someone would leave that hutch behind!! It is so pretty!! Oh well, I guess one persons trash is another persons treasure! :)ReplyDelete
So lovely! The colors are cheerful and look great with the wood! Love it!ReplyDelete
I am soooo jealous of your minty camera! I've been looking for one for a while now. Nice redo, that hutch is really awesome!ReplyDelete
so great what a little bit of imagination can do, this looks amazingReplyDelete
They just left that for you? It's beautiful. - Love the idea of putting the pretty paper in the back. Something easier and less expensive to change up than if you had painted it. - Have a good Tuesday.ReplyDelete
- tianna :)
You haz red hair! <3 And the hutch is pretty delightful! :DReplyDelete
Ha! Tricked you...that's an old photo :)Delete
What a great way to get an original piece of furniture! I love the siamese cats too :)ReplyDelete
Oh wow, that's lovely! You have great taste in decoration, too :)ReplyDelete
The hutch looks great! I'd love to see how the orange looks with your wall colour! And oh, Canada's Wonderland. Ride the Wild Beast and eat some funnel cake!ReplyDelete
I love that lovely yellow paper in your hutch. It looks so fabulous!ReplyDelete
And Canada's Wonderland is just the best! Have a really fun time!
Wow, so pretty! It makes everything inside pop!ReplyDelete
Love it! I'm so glad you found a non-permanent solution. I feel terrible messing up the original finish of vintage gems!ReplyDelete
I love that it really pops!ReplyDelete
i love all your Blythe dolls! xxReplyDelete
Wow, that's looking great! I also love your Blytes! <3ReplyDelete
I love all of your display pieces (and your outfit!). What a great way to brighten up the piece without having to worry about it being permanent. Looks great!ReplyDelete
That hutch is beautiful! I can see why you love it so much. The paper really brightens it up.ReplyDelete