I knew I wanted to paint a hutch as soon as I received the colour, Cut a Rug. I started by sanding down the top surface of the bottom hutch, and then used Ebony stain to stain the wood.
Once I had the hutch sanded and cleaned, I took out the glass shelving and panels and got priming. I did two coats of primer and I painted about 2-3 coats of paint.
I used my spray bottle of water to spray onto the paint where I wanted darker shading and I used Rocky Mountain. I used my Country Chic Paint brush to apply the paint and blend in the colours. Once the pant was dry I sealed it with Country Chic Paint’s Clear Coat which I found very easy to apply and durable. You can use a sponge or brush to apply it.
For the back wall, I used Elmer’s spray glue to stick the wallpaper sheets to the back. Make sure you wait at last 24 hours for the clear coat to cure before you place the top hutch onto the bottom part.
At the end I painted the hardware in rocky mountain and sealed with Clear Coat. Overall this hutch turned out so beautiful and I love it!