This was a $30 Craig’s List find that was seriously dated. Despite the splatter effect on the wood finish, the missing panel of glass, and the 1970’s knobs, I saw the French Country lines in the piece. I was able to replace the missing glass for about $11.00, filled in the holes left by the old hardware, and drilled holes for glass knobs. I then sanded the piece, primed it, and painted it with Sherwin Williams ProClassic Semi-gloss paint in Creamy ( 2 coats). I highlighted the details in the hutch with a french blue acryllic paint mixed with polycryllic. The fabric was gathered and stapled behind the glass to hide the ugly items I am storing. I love how this piece turned out. In the future, I will include more detail about the process, but please let me know if you have any questions. If you have a piece of furniture you are not sure what to do with, feel free to send me a picture and I will provide a free consultation for you!