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  1. whosleilani

    I have hutch envy!! Cannot get enough of corner hutches. Cute teacups, btw. Keep up the good work!
    P.S. How did you get the William Morris button to post in your entry? I followed the instructions and got nothing. 🙁

    • amyjo

      Why, thank you! As for the bandge, I was a dork and didn’t use the code that was so thoughtfully provided. I simply saved the image and then linked it. 🙂

  2. I love the hutch. So glad you rescued it and gave it a place of honor. My mother-in-law has a corner hutch and she's got the same problem. Once you get some normal sized plates in there, there's not much room on either side for anything else. She just keeps hers stacked haphazardly like your first photo. I think by paring down the amount of stuff in there and keeping only the meaningful things, you solved your problem the best way you could. Good job!

  3. I think organizing tea things or fancy cups in a way that isn't haphazard is one of the hardest things to do. It looks lovely, and it was really fun to hear the hutch's story. Thanks!

  4. I'm so ridiculous jealous that you have a hutch your great-great-great grandfather made for his daughter. I mean, WHAT? My hutch is from IKEA. The end.

    I love how you organized it. I love everything. Great job, Amy. (And how excited am I that you participated this week?! SO excited.)

  5. jenniferdouglas

    That is the sweetest hutch ever! Beautiful to have something with such a close and meaningful history attached. It is almost hard to believe anything disorganized could lurk beneath. 🙂
    Great job organizing, love the green stemware.

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