ANTIQUE FRENCH HUTCH BEFORE CHRISTMAS AND AFTER



                   

I am happy to be participating in this week's vintage thingy Thursday hosted by The Colorado Lady @  
http://thecoloradolady.blogspot.com, please click on link if you would like to participate.

This week I have  chosen to show an old vintage french hutch with ghost glass inserts that I purchased at a little shop in Phoenix, called Paris Envy.  I don't know how old it is, but it has all the original hardware and the shop owner found it at an estate sale - so I assume it is fairly old.  I believe in decorating EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS - AND I MEAN EVERYTHING!! So i decided I would hang my stockings from the  pulls on the front, since my fireplace is stone with no mantle.  It works -- and the hutch is so shiny with the ghost mirrors that I thought it was the perfect place.  AFTER-ALL CHRISTMAS IS SUPPOSED TO BE ALL SPARKLY - DON'T YOU THINK???

(Sorry for the change in font size -  I don't have a clue how that happened)

Best wishes to all of you on this lovely morning and happy VTT,


Comments

  1. That's an interesting hutch. I never heard of ghost glass before.

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  2. The more decorations the better...lovely hutch, xv.

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  3. Very pretty hutch. I think its great that you want to decorate everything.
    Kathy

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  4. That is one gorgeous hutch! I've never heard of ghost glass before, but I'm guessing it refers to the mirrors? I love mirrors that look like that. I also love that lamp on top, and the little peak at that shelf in the next room. Your home is lovely!
    Happy VTT!
    Carol

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  5. Beautiful hutch! Is ghost glass the kind of glass that looks like it has melted?

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  6. I really enjoyed seeing your hutch and how you decorated it. Very nicely done. I am sure you have a beautiful Christmas home. Thanks for taking time to leave me a comment.

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  7. What a beautiful cabinet. When I enlarged the picture I also saw your fabulous chandelier! I hope you'll share it with us soon.

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  8. It's a beautiful hutch with beautiful stockings..and I love the lampshade below. It's as cute as can be. Happy VTT..have a great weekend.

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  9. Beautiful hutch and decorations....I bet your home is really decked out for the holidays...Happy VTT and have a great weekend.

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  10. What a lovely hutch. I love old furniture. It has so much charm. Happy VTT

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  11. It looks like a beautiful piece of furniture. I want to touch the wood!

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  12. The hutch is simply divine and the lampshades, woowoo, I love them!

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  13. Very pretty. I have never heard of ghost mirrors, I am going to "google" the term and find out more!

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  14. My oh my....that is one beautiful piece of craftsmanship...you have a treasure there.

    Come see what I did with my blue cobalt glass candle holder I found at the antique store...


    CLICK HERE

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  15. How lovely to live with and pass by every day such a wonderful scene! It's perfectly charming, with all its secrets and stories to tell, and the great dome atop could have graced an enormous tree at a czar's palace, or at least the tree at Rockefeller Center.

    Thank you so much for dropping in at LAWN TEA!!

    rachel

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  16. I love the hutch! Have never heard of ghost glass. I'm going to have to google that as it has me curious. I see so many antiques I would love to have but I just don't have the room. We just took a piece to the booth at the flea market that I would have given anything to keep. Oh well, someone is enjoying it right now. Thank you so much for following junkblossoms! Please visit often and leave any comments you'd like. I enjoy reading them so much! Have a great Christmas Season. Blessings, Pat

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  17. That hutch is gorgeous, now with some accesories it is more stunning! Thanks for sharing!

    My VTT is here

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  18. Love that hutch! Beautiful, decorated for Christmas, and for everyday...
    Kate

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