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.





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.


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


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


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





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


  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 😀

  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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