This dated oak hutch top was begging for a dramatic transformation. The beautiful floral wallpaper was the design inspiration for this piece. I wanted a nice light gray color and since I had General Finishes Chalk Paint in Empire Gray and Milk Paint in Snow White on hand, I decided to mix the two. Some light distressing completed the body along with attaching some new Queen Anne style legs to support the large piece. The leaded glass doors had etched roses in the top oval, this wasn't working for the piece so I decided to mimic the look of antiqued mercury glass with Rustoleum Mirror Effect and gold spray paint.