The hutch is sitting on the only wall-papered wall in the dining area, and I have to say that I love this wallpaper! I'm pretty certain that it's original to this 1960's house, and it's in perfect shape. Not a tear or smudge. When I unpacked I just threw everything onto the shelves, so this was half-empty (or half-full for you optimistic folk).
So this is BEFORE
The back wall of the hutch was painted a lovely light pink (it was previously a blue and a dark red) and I wanted to brighten it up a bit so white it is! Just a couple of quick coats did the trick.
And here is AFTER:
I already had the canvas totes on top and they're holding larger supplies and alterable wood. Most of my containers were aqua blue and green, which go just fine with the yellow and greens in the wallpaper and china hutch.
This cute couple holds some paintbrushes, and my art journals are behind just begging to be taken out to be used! The tins hold tags and some pictures.
The large green buckets are planters I got at an awesome yard sale for a quarter apiece. The small buckets are from Target's dollar spot. These are holding small embellishments sorted by color.
Jars are my other favorite go-to holder; makes everything visible.
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