Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
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Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

Tour the rest of this beautiful home, featuring a kitchen, bathroom, and amazing laundry room!

We’re back with part two of The Stringham Project!

You can see part one here, and watch the webisode here. We worked with Northstar Builders to stage a beautiful spec home that was purchased before we were able to finish the project! The owners were nice enough to let us come style McGee & Co.!!!

The kitchen is this beautiful soft putty color (Ashwood by Benjamin Moore) which compliments with the warm white walls. Our favorite detail is the groove detail on the drawers. It just adds this character and interest that you don’t see in everyday kitchens. When deciding that perfect warm white throughout the house we probably compared twenty different options. We ended up going with one of our go-to’s, Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore.

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

This grid planter is large and substantial, grounding the space while bringing in a bit of color and pattern! We paired it with a simple, but beautiful bowl for fresh produce. Any fruit or vegetable’s color will contrast beautifully with that bright white ceramic!

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

There’s a honed countertop that brings in this casual, worn-in texture. We mixed metals in this kitchen by choosing a polished nickel faucet with a bridge shape that has a more traditional feel to it, and coordinated the brass lights with the hardware. Our Waltz Counter Stools are sleek, slender, and timeless. The Eugene Pendant warms the space up and makes it feel so bright!

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

he island is very long! We have a lot of this gray and white happening in this kitchen, and we wanted to add some more! The island was the perfect place to do a huge butcher block, so we did that with open shelves for display below. It just takes the kitchen to the next level!

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

We used the Samson rug in navy. We love to use an indoor/outdoor rug in a high-traffic area!

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

The tile in the kids bathroom is just the cutest. Classic tile is always a good idea and it’s been around forever. We did a border detail in here to make it special.

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

We recently added bath to the shop, and this curtain is one of our favorites. It’s fun for a kids’ bathroom without being too youthful! We also sell the shower hooks!

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

There’s a lot of natural light in this bathroom, but we have a double sconce for when the space needs a soft glow. There’s a lot of brass, which isn’t a bad thing! But we contrasted it with the cool Albright Mirrors.

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

The laundry is insane!The checkerboard floor was a huge statement, so we made the rest of the space very neutral. We did the soft white on the cabinetry and tied in the gray on the countertops. If you have the opportunity to incorporate an open shelf in your laundry room, it’s a good idea because they’re really functional! They’re great for holding your laundry and storing anything you might need to quickly grab off the shelf. Plus, it looks really nice!

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2

We loved the evolution of this bathroom! It started with plaid tile, which was absolutely adorable but was a little masculine. For this girls bathroom we wanted a sophisticated but playful touch, so we used a fun floral wallpaper.

Simple, yet elegant mirrors with a gold detail that softly contrasts with the polished nickel sconce and faucets. the soft, neutral, feel in the bathroom called for a Hyde Hand Towel

Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
Stringham Project Photo Tour Pt. 2
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  1. I love the grey dipped vase on the counter in the kid’s bath, but I don’t see it for sale at McGee & Co. It is like a baby version of the large dipped jar. Do you have a source or will it be available someday soon at your shop?

  2. Everything is so beautiful. Love the kids bathrooms and laundry room a lot. Would you please share the paint color used on the boys bathroom cabinets? Thanks!

  3. I made the same comment on part one of the photo tour, but I will say it again, I am so obsessed with this house. I’m super bummed that we are not able to see how you would have designed the rest of the spaces, but I am not surprised at all that the home sold before you were finished. It’s beyond beautiful and my favorite Studio McGee house to date! ❤️

  4. Beautiful!! I love all of your work and this house is stunning as well. Can you share the color of the kitchen cabinets? Thank you! says:

    Beautiful!! I love your work and this house is absolutely lovely as well. Can you share the color of the kitchen cabinets? Thank you!!

  5. Beautiful! Can you share the brand / color for the gray countertops in the laundry? Many thanks!

  6. This laundry room is the sweetest! Would you be able to share the wall and ceiling color. Thanks again…adore this house!

  7. Can you share the faucets and countertop from the girls bathroom? So stunning

  8. That bathroom is BEAUTIFUL!! I love the blue flowers on the wall it’s so gorgeous!!! I want to do a similar look with my favorite towels from https://www.cariloha.com/ and I’m wondering if I did the same look if I should do their white, grey, or blue towels?

  9. I noticed you mix your whites in the kitchen. Looks like a bright white backsplash and counter with Swiss coffee walls and a putty white on the cabinets. Are there any rules to mixing whites.? They all look great together but it seems hard to get it right.

  10. Question…is the trim Swiss Coffee as well? I’m painting my walls Swiss Coffee but not sure what to do for the trim and ceilings. I’m stressing out about this! Lol

  11. Can you let me know what is the size of the island and the Eugene pendants used? I am trying to decide which size to get for our kitchen. Thank you!

  12. Hi there, I really love the winter Solstice colour that you used on the boy’s bathroom vanity. Would you please share the colour that you used on the walls in the bathroom?

  13. Is the large blue grid planter still available through McGee & Co? If not, would you mind sharing where you found it?

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