Antique Hutch

Decorating, Home Decor

  1. It is a beautiful piece and looks great in your home. The ironstone is a perfect accessory.

  2. Casey Atchley says:

    I wasn’t about to be part of another hunt where you left something behind that you wanted and I told ya to go for. Glad you went with your gut and followed through. I’m a proud sis in law. 🙂 #hauntingofthechairleftbehind

  3. That is GORGEOUS! What a great piece!!! so envious…

    xox

  4. Completely jealous! This is one lovely piece of furniture!!

  5. Lydia says:

    I love it , I wish I can find things like that where I live.

  6. Mary says:

    Congratulations on your Hoosier, I have seen one on line last year for sale in PA or Mn…Hard to find with wood tip out drawers. I wish I had stumbled across this.

  7. Dee says:

    I have antiqued for years and have never come across a piece with curved drawers. It is stunning and in fabulous shape. It WOULD have haunted you if you passed it up. Congrats.:)

  8. Yvonne says:

    It looks like it’s a Hoosier cabinet. Are the curved lower drawers lined with tin? My great-grandmother had one and stored flour in one of the bins. Hers had ribbed glass canisters for coffee, salt and herbs. It is beautiful and looks terrific filled with your ironstone. Great find!

  9. Cathy says:

    That is a beautiful “Sow Belly Hoosier”.

  10. Cheryl says:

    Shayna,
    That is an old Hoosier cabinet. That curved area on the cabinet is where they kept the flour. What a great piece and it’s in beautiful condition.

  11. Dianne says:

    You’ve staged it awesome! This is almost like looking at a photo of my Hoosier. There are a few details that are different but they could be made in the same year and location. I’ve owned mine for 30 years and am now selling it to move on to my smaller retirement house. Anyone out there in the San Diego area interested?

  12. Megan says:

    What a beautiful Hoosier cabinet. It looks great! I’m so glad you have left the original stain. So many people are covering up the gorgeous patina of antiques with chalk paint these days. You have a beautiful home!

  13. Anna says:

    what a beautiful piece of furniture! You are so lucky!

  14. LOVE IT!!! Great choice! 🙂

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  16. Connie Camden says:

    Its a ray of sunshine!

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