PDF versionAdditional PhotosAbout This Project I first saw this workbench and hutch on Ana's website, but didn't commit to the project until I saw them in person, as part of a model home that had been decorated by local Pottery Barn design services.
Work Bench Style Barn Wood Hutch with Six Com­part­ment Cubby, One Drawer, Indus­trial Pipe Towel Bar and Old Fash­ion Bot­tle Opener.
Andy, your 100% right, Masonite is hard board, it was a name brand of hard board in the States for years and many people still call it that.
DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. PDF versionAdditional PhotosAbout This Project We are in so in love with this finished piece! Once built we distressed the entire piece, then stained with Provencial stain, and finished off with a semi-gloss poly. PDF versionAdditional PhotosAbout This Project We needed space, display space as well as gadget space. I took a page from Ana's playbook and used Minwax Early American with a Minwax oil-modifed water-based gloss polyeurethane topcoat. Single drawer in front with Industrial pipe Towel Bar, open faced cubbies up top and large open storage below.

I have a vintage chest of drawers in my dining room that I adore (lots of storage) but have always really wanted a hutch for display--unfortunately, it's the wrong size for everything they seem to sell.
I really like the finishes on similar tables and furniture at PB and would be interested how to obtain a similar finish.
Have to use every square inch of space, I often rearrange mine to use the space more efficiently. The Workbench Console and Rustic Hutch fit in well with the dinner table I modified from Ana's Farmhouse table.
I moved the towel bar to the other end of the facade in order to reduce the depth of the piece and added a stationary bottle opener to the other side.
So, making my own is the perfect solution, and I think this will be the perfect balance of elegant and rustic for the space.
I'm wondering if anyone has a read a comment (I'm not on facebook!) concerning where Chris found that towel bar he attached to his?!
The gap for the cords was brilliant-that would be something I would of thought of after I was completely done! In a shop as small as mine, you can never have enough storage and since I am constantly misplacing stuff, the answer became clear… it needs an added hutch.

Instead of adding the 2x6 on the front and towel bar, I opted to leave the face clean with just a 2x4 and add some reclaimed antique drawer pulls on the side for decoration.
We also raised the shelf up 12" from the bottom so that I could easily vacuum under it and it would be a great place for a basket or 2 just to hide linens.
Also, I added four lag screws toward the juncture of the legs and feet (a la PB's version), but these were purely cosmetic. I don't have cable but I would have to get it if you got your own show :) Yes, I am that loyal! Its thin so doesnt look slopped or brush on and I can control the coats easier than with a brush. The hutch is not quite finished, the cabinet on the right will have doors on it.I will post another picture when the doors are on and the presses are mounted.

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