Saturday, March 08, 2014


This post isn't really about cooking or baking, but it is about a new piece of the coming kitchen remodel. I've been looking for a hutch or cabinet with some history and character to hold my dishes and silverware. Yesterday I found the perfect piece on Craigslist and today we went and picked it up. Right not it is living in my future baking center, but eventually will be in the main part of the new kitchen, right near the dining area.

Isn't it pretty? I was made 65 years ago in Louisville, Kentucky of Lancaster maple. The fellow I bought it from grew up with it, but it is in such great condition that it looks almost brand new. The logo on the back says "Willett Lancaster maple". I think it is solid wood (weighs enough!) and it is really beautiful.


  1. That is going to be so fabulous! Great really planning what goes into a new kitchen.

  2. how much do u want for the hutch?my grandma had one just like it

  3. Randy, I wish I could help you out, but I just bought the hutch and have a spot for it in my new kitchen design. It might be for sale in 30 years or so. There is a place in Louisville, KY that carries similar pieces. You might google them and see if they have another.

  4. Randy, Here is the information on the place in Kentucky you might contact: If you are looking to buy or sell Willett pieces, Barry is the one to contact. Barry knows a lot more about prices than I do and owns a shop in the Historic District in Middletown, Kentucky. The name is:

    Goodall's Pearcy House Antiques
    11611 Main Street
    Middletown, Ky.

    Mon. - Friday 10:00 - 5:00
    Sat. 10:00 - 4:00
    Shop phone 1-502-244-4409
    Home phone 1-502-245-9841
    Fax number 1-502-244-4955
    The shop carries a large inventory of Willett furniture including dining room, bedroom, and miscellaneous tables, chairs, etc. Please feel free to contact Barry and he will be glad to discuss this marvelous furniture with other interested parties.

  5. Anonymous7:14 AM

    I have this exact hutch! Getting ready to refinish it! Unfortunately, I have to sell it as I have no place to put it!