Slide 1: Antique Hutch

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Better Homes and Gardens


One substantial piece of freestanding furniture may provide enough centralized storage to let you free up wall space above your appliances, creating an airier look in your kitchen. An antique hutch like the one pictured here offers the best of both worlds—space to display your china collection and hidden storage for less decorative items.


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