By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Dining Hutches. At Monday, November 12th 2018, 09:42:28 AM.
There are many different styles and finishes to take into consideration once you have decided that you want to decorate your kitchen with this gorgeous piece of furniture. There are traditional, contemporary, rustic, and antique finishes just to name a few. Finding the right finish for your unique home is important, as you want a finish that will complement you and your kitchen. Kitchen hutches are a great way to express yourself and come in so many different styles you are sure to find a buffet that will fit your home. Regardless of your décor, there is a kitchen hutch that is just right. They can act as an accent piece or as a centerpiece of your kitchen. Not all of them are massive pieces of wood; in fact some pieces are rather small and perfect for cozying up to that lonely corner. You have you option of an open model hutch or an enclosed model hutch with doors. Open models are better for displaying precious knickknacks and other random objects; whereas an enclosed glass model is good for displaying items you do not want touched or that you simply want to protect from the elements.
Smaller kitchen spaces, remodeling, receiving antiques: all reasons for having hutches. Contemporary hutches are generally made in two pieces and then placed together prior to delivery or shipping, depending on the brand and prices. The prices will vary, but the most expensive models of dining room hutches are made of cherry or oak, and are one piece and very heavy where weight is concerned. If you purchase a model that requires assembly, it is advisable that help be sought due to the weight of the finished product. Although there are some models that come in simple pressboard that have a laminate covering, these are few and far between and are not as reliable as wood or metal models.
Baskets and Copper: A traditional pairing of two warm materials- straw and copper can be a great focal point for a French country kitchen. This is an especially nice contrast when a cooler color such as blue or green is the dominant one in the room. Cookbooks: A collection of personal favorites, family treasures, or junior league cookbooks from your travels is both practical and pretty. You can combine books with figurines, mixing bowls, or other kitchen-appropriate items to prevent the display from becoming to heavy. Dry Goods: Dry goods such as flour, sugar, beans, and pastas can be stored in glass containers. Be sure to use airtight containers with tight fitting lids. If desired, you can even attach the lids permanently to the underside of the hutch shelving, creating a permanent storage place for spices or other light items.