Thanks for joining in the discussion @lellodo81. It's fantastic to have you join us.
Let me tag @craftyhopper for you to see if they might like to share their thoughts about how they would tackle your kitchen hutch project. I'm sure the likes of @MitchellMc, @Peggers and @redracer01 would also be happy to help.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We're looking forward to seeing how you can transform this piece of furniture.
thats going to be a great project! Can’t wait to see it all finished.
If you like the distressed look you might want to paint it white first, then a colour and use sand paper to take off the top layer and bring the white through.
I’d use a chalk paint for this project.Rust-Oleum have a good one.
@MitchellMc I have a future project I'm just getting my head around. I want to repaint a dresser that's currently a dark brown laminate - so hard sanding is not an option. I was going to use a Zinsser primer to stop the colour bleeding. Should I maybe do a coat of this Dulux precision max adhesion primer first and then the Zinsser primer coats? The end colour that I want is white.
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you for joining the discussion and sharing your proposed upcycle project.
I understand your idea of using the Dulux 1L White Precision Maximum Strength Adhesion Primer. It is a very good plan as the Dulux Primer will be ideal to use on the unsanded surface of the furniture. The Zinsser 1L Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Undercoat Primer Sealer Stain Blocker will provide stain blocking and give you a neutral surface to paint over.
Would it be possible for you to post a photo of the furniture to give us a better idea of its current condition. This will allow our members to see it and provide a more informed recommendation. Please keep us updated, we look forward to seeing the start of your project.
If you need more advice or information, please let us know.