The painted white hutch thing, got some wood grain pattern to the backs of it.
For the wood grain, we were going to use this paper from Paper Source:
But it's not cheap, and shipping nearly doubled the price. note: both Portland and Boston had a Paper Source ----- closest one now is Berkeley.
So instead, wandering the aisles at OSH the other day, we stumbled upon wood grain contact/shelf liner paper for $8:
We were going to use foam core board, but after I saw that it was $3 a sheet and each sheet would do one section ($3 x 5 = $15) I began to rethink and remembered that Home Depot sells jumbo moving boxes. One large moving box later ($1.39) and we had the boards to mount the shelf liner paper to.
Some careful measuring and cutting was all that was left:
Room, before the hutch was finished: