This vintage hutch has been turned into unique kitchen storage, with a wicker basket on top. Three natural wood shelves store kitchen goods, including a butter plate, bowl, pair of pitchers, turkey plate and books.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: What had previously been a breakfast nook in this outdated ranch house now includes a portion of the kitchen island, additional drawer storage, floor-to-ceiling cabinets and a built-in hutch.
This kitchen features plenty of work and storage space in a very functional manner while creating a beautiful aesthetic with antique furnishings like the hand carved hutch from Indonesia. A glass beaded chandelier adds a delicate touch to the space and balances the more rustic nature of the hand carved hutch.
This spacious kitchen features all-over white cabinetry and countertops with a pop of vibrant color from a built-in fuchsia hutch with a bright green tiled backsplash. Glass front cabinets allow a peek at the multicolored dishware, while a glass dining table with clover leaf back chairs provides a place for casual dining.
This rustic country kitchen nook features numerous wood accents, including wood planked walls and hardwood floors. A large wood hutch showcases a number of pitchers, glassware, plates and other kitchen items, while a floral armchair provides the perfect place for relaxing. A whimsical rooster lamp with floral lampshade adds to the farmhouse feel of this space.
The cleaner your look, the less likely it is to go out of fashion. This kitchen from Jan Goldman, owner of renovation and design firm Kitchen Elements, minimizes hardware with custom-designed pantries and drawers that are flush with the wall; the china hutch in the middle features simple sliding glass doors.
A built-in china cabinet and hutch features inset doors and lighted upper shelves, bringing modern convenience to this historic transitional kitchen. An antique bench was the source for the center island, which now features a new soapstone countertop. The hardwood floors are original to the house. A light, neutral palette keeps the kitchen feeling bright and open.
Just off the kitchen sits a casual country dining room with enough seating for the entire family. A pretty patterned area rug helps to separate the two spaces, while a heavy wood hutch provides a functional display area for tableware.