125,289 Black with Flames Home Design Photos

Ann Lowengart Interiors
31 Reviews
Kent Woodlands Kitchen
Marble and black granite...absolute black and white coutner
“RH pulls - Grafton” — Michael Lauren Development LLC
Lynne Barton Bier - Home on the Range Interiors
12 Reviews
Lynne Barton Bier - Home on the Range Interiors
The reclaimed pine on this vanity are paired with a leathered absolute black granite counter top.
Absolute black granite (flamed, leathered, honed)
Cabinets, but more so the black leather granite countertops. White makes a fabulous contrast with it
“reclaimed pine vanity” — teresawidboom
Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
1 Review
Meek Residence
Absolute black with FLAMED finish- seems perfect- look into!! :)
light cork floors, on to hard wood floors, white cabs, black counters
“Transom” — Kris Batchelor
Boor Bridges Architecture
Buena Vista Kitchen
That looks like what is called a flamed, satin, or leather finish on absolute black granite. It depends on the supplier - they all call
Leather finish on absolute black granite
flamed, satin, or leather finish on absolute black granite. It depends
leathered black countertop, off-white tile and paint
Flamed black granite with silver-tone hardware
“Backsplash” — cocokali
Ann Lowengart Interiors
31 Reviews
Boy's Bathroom
Hi! This is Absolute Black Flamed Granite; you can source it anywhere you buy slab. And yes, granite is a much more resilient stone than marble.
Hi, it's absolute black planed granite top.
Absolute black flamed granite...Absolute black planed granite
“Absolute black flamed granite” — Jacqlyn Souweidane
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Hospital Home Lottery 2012 - Den
Is that the Maurice chandelier and sconces in black?
Coffered Ceiling with Black Ceiling & White Millw
Blacks and creams and neutral media idea with Hyde rug
history of the flame stitch. Flame stitch is a design, rather than a type of fabric. One theory that historians have about the origins of the flame stitch is
often that some believe this is how the flame stitch became so popular in Italy.Another theory is that the flame stitch developed from the influence of
2. To emphasise trim Got some awesome millwork? Make it pop by painting the surrounding surfaces black.
textiles, such as ikat, that were coming into Italy via the Silk Road. The flame stitch wallpaper with a modern twist in this photo looks bold but still works
the black ceiling and cowhide rug....lattice left white. surface done black
“This ceiling might be good using the wood we are using as crown. Edie hates the floor.” — emmetcole
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
love this fire pit - what is the black flame material?
View down on the boulder and black glass firepit
Rocks and black gravel
“fire” — Loco Design
Greenleaf Construction
5 Reviews
Old York Rd. Kitchen Renovation
black flamed Shanxi granite
“narrwow storage” — kathyjohnson1018
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