Michigan Summer HomeBeach Style Kitchen, Chicago

Photography by: Werner Straube

Kitchen - beach style kitchen idea in Chicago with wood countertops —  Houzz
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chelz0r wrote:Oct 6, 2012
  • Michelle Pat

    Lights - Does Vaughn paint the pendant lights before they are shipped? Or is this something you had done by a skilled person after you received them? Thank you.

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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your inquiry. That is a great question! We had them custom painted after purchasing from Vaughn.

anewbathsoon2 wrote:Apr 26, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    Here is the granite - Pietra Cardosa
  • pmeseroll
    I am searching for Pietra Cordosa. I live in Toledo Ohio. Any suggestions?
Holly wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • huntleyhouse

    How well does a wood countertop hold up in a kitchen? Thinking of putting one on our island but am worried about scratches, marks etc....thanks!

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    Walnut Wood Works

    Hi cwoodproject, durability is going to depend on what functions you would like a butcher block for and the finish. If you're planning on using it as a cutting board and for food prep I would suggest a tung oil and beeswax finish. This is completely food safe and when the block starts to look a little worn you just apply some beeswax and it looks good as new. But this finish would not be waterproof so if there is a sink in the island you'll have to be careful. Also maintenance for a butcher block with tung oil and beeswax is very simple, just clean the top, apply some beeswax with a paper towel and you're good to go!

    If you have any other questions about finish options, kinds of wood, thicknesses, ect just give us a call or email. You could also visit our website for a lot more information also.

    Hope I could help!

flamingo75 wrote:Jan 30, 2016
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you for your inquiry! The paint is Benjamin Moore Philipsburg Blue, HC-159. Enjoy the new pendants and good luck with your design project.

  • flamingo75

    Thank you so much!!!

angdanpayne wrote:May 12, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    Thank you for your interest. These bar stools are from Baker Furniture - Milling Road collection with a custom cushion.
  • teamsharp5
    Can you share the custom cushion fabric details? I am looking for fabric in this color.
Vanda wrote:Apr 16, 2018
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners

    Thank you! The backsplash is Calico AS2286C, Fresco Collection by London Ceramics for Ann Sacks.

jmwlee23 wrote:Jun 2, 2014
  • redikilo
    I'd like to know the dimensions as well.
ecee123 wrote:Aug 13, 2013
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    Tom Stringer Design Partners
    The backsplash was custom for our client and the tiles are fresco ceramics from London.
Lisa wrote:Jun 11, 2013
meboro wrote:Jul 10, 2013
    sbriglio wrote:Jan 22, 2013

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      lesliegriesmer added this to KitchenJul 27, 2019

      White with blue accents & wood counter & floor

      Stephanie Harper added this to stephanie6083's ideasJul 19, 2019

      White cabinets with dark counter and floor?

      Anna Lynch added this to Lynch KitchenJul 15, 2019

      Love the little blue accents. Shaker style could be even more simple (one ledge)

      beckyfrank added this to FRANK CAMPJun 29, 2019

      srf, this looks like your kitchen CEF

      Corie Driscoll added this to 1 BRADDOCK RENOVATIONMay 19, 2019

      LOVE wood island (note: matches floors)

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