I purchased a used hutch with glass doors, cherry wood (I believe, and according to the person I bought it from), and some kind of softer wood for the inside of the drawers. Only after I bought it did I think to give it a smell, and it smells very strongly of perfume. I'm concerned with putting anything in there which might also absorb odors.
I've tried leaving the doors and drawers open for a few days, spraying down the inside with white vinegar and letting it sit for a day before wiping it off, and sprinkling the inside with baking board and leaving it for a substantial time (about a week, largely because I was too busy to get back to it). None of these have eliminated the odor, and I'm not sure they've even lessened it. I've tried searching for odor elimination advice on this site and the internet in general and those are the techniques I've seen folks talk about, so I'm looking for something more effective.
At this point I've had the hutch for about six months and the odor is still there. I don't know what products to avoid so as to not damage the wood, but I'm willing to take some risks to make the hutch usable.