It was painted green inside and out. It was old. There had been doors at one time - you could still see the holes where the hinges had been. I really liked the look and I sure do wish I had taken a photo.
It caught my attention because I was looking for ideas for displaying smalls in my booth. Having an open bottom allows for more display space. The more I think about the door-less hutch look, the more I like it for booth AND home.
Than, this morning, while browsing some blogs I follow, I came across a link to this fun piece.
|It's from B & B's Nest. She bought it to use in her flea market booth.|
Here's a hutch top used as a stand alone with no doors.
|from All That Jazz Vintage|
I searched for a bit trying to find other hutches with no doors on the web. No luck. Here are some other wonderful, chippy hutches (with doors) I came across.
|Junk Fest married two separate pieces to create this hutch.|
|High Street Cottage - Her husband found this fabulous piece at a pharmacy.|
And finally... this is not technically a hutch, but from a post I ran across while searching for pretty hutches. The whole post has fabulous photos from a visit to Northwind Perennial Farm.
|From an Urban Farmgirl post|