Those of you with an eye for detail will see the strange putty marks on the front of the picture on the left. The story is, the doors weren't closing because the frame had popped, and the rubber mallet & I decided to
Let's go back and see what the hutch was in the first place:
What a difference! And surprise,
we changed the glass. I went in just to browse at the glass shop. I saw the cobalt blue, and she said "Oh, it's only $12 a square foot" So I jumped the gun and got it cut, then she told me the price. $70.... I couldn't say no at this point! It was already in the hutch in my mind, and I had already asked her to cut it. I'm happy, and realistically that's not a bad price for both pieces of glass at all - which fit perfectly. So, that's the only big expense we've had so far - not too bad I guess.
Another surprise we polished up were these cabinet lights:
Still waiting for these handles to come in, which will be on the top two cabinet doors.
So that's pretty much it. The hutch, is done. Our table is done too, which I'll start working on the pictures of right now. Are you wrapping up any projects in your home lately? Just a little reminder, daylight savings ends in 42 days... I can't wait for longer days!
Do something fun today, and if you can't - start planning to do something fun soon!
See the next post: DIY Painted Triangular Patterened Tabletop