I am happy to say Eleni received a 90 on her project. She lost points because her presentation was not long enough. I'm ok with that because she wrote it all by herself and I think she learns more when I don't help with the writing.
Now on to my three hutches. I guess that's what you would call them. I have a favorite crafter that comes to VA from PA and I love their work. So all three came from the same people. I bought the first stained hutch for my Boyd's Bears which was for my living room. I bought the smaller white washed hutch for the kitchen. As time passed my collection grew and I needed another hutch. My intentions were to buy a matching stained hutch. They had some but the color stain didn't match. So I bought the one I fell in-love with. Now at the time DH was not happy because I was to buy a match or two of something new. Well, two of something new didn't fit into my budget. So I bought the blue hutch and was going to paint the stained hutch to match. Hubby would never let me paint scared I would mess it up. :) This was about 6 years ago. I have since down sized my Boyd's collection. When my Nanny passed away in 2007 I inherited her curio clock which now houses my bears. So I have decided to sell one of the hutches. The stained hutch matches my table somewhat but I would love to stain my table darker and paint the legs black. The white washed hutch I think I would like to paint maybe a distressed red or black with the bead board still stained. I'm not sure just yet what I will do with it . Then there is my blue hutch that I just love. I think it looks the most prim out of the three.