Hello everyone, I have been working on a few spray paint projects lately and I decided it was time to actually put them to use! I like to change up my hutch every now and then, especially with the changing seasons, so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity for me to put together a fall hutch display.
Mom had this vase kicking around her house so we thought we would try spray painting it and see how it would turn out. It was such a good idea because I think it looks awesome! I love how much the texture pops now compared to when it was just clear glass.
We also decided to spray paint a wine bottle and a mason jar mostly because we were running out of things to spray paint, but I also think they turned out well. If you are interested in spray painting a few items you have laying around your house you should check out our easy spray paint post! I have also painted mason jars with acrylic paint but for the purpose of my fall hutch display I thought these worked the best 🙂
These candle holders came from the dollar store but I think they are so cute and they conveniently match my fall hutch theme! I placed them on a couple small black saucers that I recently inherited from my Nan while she was cleaning out her cupboards. I had no idea what I was going to do with them when I brought them home but luckily I quickly found a good use for them.
I also found this lovely fall chalkboard printable on Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss and put it in a black frame that came from the dollar store. I am obsessed with chalkboard print outs like this, they are so adorable! I was sad when Halloween came and went because I had to take down my Halloween chalkboard printable, but then I realized that I could make a fall hutch display with this one!
I know this fall hutch display is quite simple, but I am still keeping an open mind about things that I may be able to add to it. Overall I am quite happy with it and it only took a few minutes of arranging items that I already had. In this picture you can see the clock on the bottom shelf of my hutch. It came from Ryan’s grandparents and it matches the hutch so well that I usually leave it even when I decide to switch up my display.
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