Hutch: gallery 1
Whether you call it a hutch, a bookcase, a bureau, a china cabinet, a built-in or armoire, it is
here that you will find the most individuality and ability for owners to
express themselves by building what they need.
Could that smile be faked or is this just about the happiest person you ever saw?
This cabinet matched the style of the kitchen.
This is a blended family. To the left is a bookcase in golden pecan and living
on the same wall a white china cabinet, but scratch the surface and they're all the
Together in perfect harmony. The lighting looks great too.
This family had moved from California. Everything was very light. They wanted
a lot of storage for china and a just as big a place to display things. Image
how nice it would with colorful, decorative glass, pottery, and china.
This was a custom stain and tone on alder. The owner was very involved in the
process and had several meeting to make sure everything came out just perfect. He
sent me these pictures and was very happy. Notice one piece of crown molding is missing.
That was fixed.
This is a matching bookcase. Arching the top rail and fluting the columns added
a lot of character to this piece.
This is a common variation of a hutch that I did time and time again.
What people like about this cabinet is that with a corbel, the cabinet didn't look
like a base with an upper. It looked built-in.