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This piece is hand-finished in different hues, making it a one-of-a-kind adorable farmhouse hutch. I’m so In-love with this piece, I wouldn’t mind keeping it for our home. A perfect farmhouse piece enhancing any space with that special comfort of home feel. This hard rock solid maple, sturdy and heavy, Colonial Early American style hutch is built to last for many years. It’s got original hardware, has plenty of storage and all dovetail drawers work with ease. The beneath server has ample counter space, one large bottom drawer, three nicely-sized middle drawers and two cabinets. Sits on casters, for easy maneuvering. The upper hutch has two cabinets, one large shelf, one smaller shelf and plenty of top space. The top hutch sits on top of bottom server. The countertop is fabulous, very smooth to the touch and has scratches of vintage blue markings that are so charming and gives that character to a piece we could surely love.
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Originally from Spain, Zoey started painting furniture several years ago at home, and selling what she made to locals by taking her furniture over to near by Antique shows with the family's old beat up pickup truck. There, she was blessed with a frequent buyer who likes to load her trailer full of Zoey’s items for her store near St. John's River. Zoey loves Amy Howard's line of Toscana products, which allow her to transform vintage furniture into joyful results. Zoey is part of the European Finishing School, where Amy Howard raised her level of connoisseurship. Zoey is thankful for Amy's travels to different Bodegas in France and Italy. Lord forbid Amy Howard ever runs out of “Cracked Gesso” for Zoey! Zoey and her husband have a son that loves his emotional support dog, Nellie. “Zoey never imagined being called an artist for doing something she is passionate about and being part of The Encore Society!” A Cinderella Story for Zoey! -TYJ. View Zoey’s Latest and Timeline Gallery at Antiquingitup.com 10% of Zoey’s profits will be donated to FBCUmatilla non-profit building project. (1 Cor. 2:9)