Game Room Hutch

I had twelve girls over tonight for a game night which reminded me that I forgot to show you the final result of my Roadkill Rescued Game Hutch.

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After

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In my hall closet I had stored all of my games.   I do have a lot of games and the hall closet is primo storage space.   We don’t use our games daily so I thought that I would move all the games into the game room, (duh!) into our new hutch.

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Now I have them all upstairs in the purdy new hutch with room to spare.   Yah time to buy some more games :-)

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All of my cards are all nicely stored in the drawer…

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Here is the hutch in the room.   In case you missed the game board art, click here for more details…

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I still have more details to add and decor on the walls but it is coming together.   I have spent less than $115 total so far.

Hutch: $20

Curtains and Rods: $54

Paint: $21

Ping pong table skirt: $17





Comments

  1. Pam @ Design Fanatic says:

    What a great transformation!!! And so organized.

  2. Looks so great and provides some awesome storage!

  3. I have one word for ya, FABULOUS!!!
    God's blessings,
    Sarah :D

  4. Frippery says:

    Really nice!

  5. I think it looks great! You really have a knack for these kinds of things!

    And is that a Set game in your drawer?!?

  6. Mermaids of the Lake says:

    That is fabulous! I love it!

    Mermaid Debbie

  7. pinon family says:

    I need a game hutch!!! That is a fantastic idea!!

  8. Michelle Hoad says:

    Gorgeous. My husband is irritated with my irrational need to paint all things black.

  9. Struggler says:

    I'm so stunned by the hutch, I'll be hopping off to learn more.
    Funnily, I recently moved our small games collection from the upstairs laundry cupboard to the living room – isn't it odd how things land far away from where they're actually needed? :)

  10. Speaking of buying new games. I just bought Quelf. It is hillarious!! You should check it out :)

  11. oh wow it looks SO GOOD! you did a great job! :)

  12. **** April **** says:

    FANTASTIC job!

  13. Lesley @ The Design File says:

    Looks great. Would love to use a couple photos for my Sunday blog roundup if that's OK.

    Also, I really want to join you Saturday but I may be working. Could I drop in last minute? I should know something Friday.

  14. So jealous…not only does it look FAB on the outside, but it is so perfect for the games. There is a hutch and sideboard at one thrift store…cheap…and I so want to buy it.

  15. OMG so great! Please tell me what color and how you painted that hutch. I have one I want to paint black but I am scared.

  16. It looks great and you may be the girl to help me! I am trying to redo a dresser that has doors on it and the doors are giving me all kinds of trouble- are the bottom doors the original ones? If not, what did you do to them?
    P.S. I love the kids jumping through the pictures!

  17. The Petunia says:

    Im LOVING the game hutch! My 5 & 3 year olds live for playing wii & xbox but my SERIOUS question for you, how in the world do you have white chairs?! I am yearning for white slipcovered sofa so bad it would brighten up my living room so much but I have my 3 kids under 5 and I figure when Im in a retirement home one day, where kids are banned, it might just happen!

  18. Life in Rehab says:

    I missed this one somehow! Awesome redo, and great action shot of a toddler in full run.

  19. I actually have that ugly hutch in my dining room.. Since I can't afford a new one I have been trying to decide on the perfect color to paint it and I was stuck between using red or black.. Think I like the black.. Instead of fabric I'm going to use chicken wire in place of the glass since i have a "farmhouse" table.. So glad I came across your blog..

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