Beach Chic Hutch in CeCe Caldwell’s Kentucky Mint Green Mix

August 26, 2013

I’ve been dying to show pictures of one of my projects with Leigh the Furniture Hunter.  She found this hutch as part of a set.  Pre-paint this hutch was incredibly dark and ominous. 

Now it is a fun, beach chic hutch that I will have a hard time parting with.I used a combination of Kentucky Mint, Vintage White and a dab of Carolina Sun Yellow

I accented with Vintage White and used a mix of Waxing Cream and Dark Aging Cream to add texture and depth to the green.The inside is a custom mix of Vintage White and Young Kansas Wheat.Didn’t Leigh do a great job styling it with beach chic decor?I love the light, airy feel of this hutch.  It is currently for sale on Oahu.





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