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Dijeau Poage Construction
San Francisco Whole House Remodel
Ideabooks8,774
Questions7
Shows balance with the black cabinets.
Black Island, hard wood floors & white
Black color. Simple Shaker-style. Would not want black for all cabinets and would not want Carrara marble.
Black kitchen cabinets with wood floors
The most fail-safe way to do a black-and-white kitchen is to infuse the space with some warmth. Materials like hardwood floors and natural stone counters help to do just that.
Black cabinetry is classic and works in everything from a New England farmhouse to an ubermodern loft.
“kitchen” — billmuli
moss
3 Reviews
Melrose House
Ideabooks2,229
Questions3
Thanks, Dana! We got this from The Tile Shop. Gloss Black 3"x6"
They are just black subway tiles, available almost anywhere. Start with thetileshop.com
The black subway tile is awesome
Black tile black grou5
Black tile wrapped wall
Black tiles are cool
Black subway tile in shower
black subway tile shower
Black subway tile...Black tiles...black tile...Black subway tiles...Black subway tile!...black bathroom...Black tile for...Black glass walls...The black tile...black shower tile...black shower...black shower tile...black subway tile
“Black tile” — hebertcv
Laura Manning Bendik
Chapel Grove Model Home
Ideabooks4,018
Questions3
It appears to be the same color as my living room: Benjamin Moore's Black Bean Soup
brown black - good colour Night Shade 2116-10 by Benjamin Moore”
Benjamin Moore Black Bean Soup Paint color on the walls
Kitchen wall/tv wall black with white baseboards/doorways/cut outs
Brown Black. The deepest shades of brown are very close to appearing black, so
Black Bean 6006 by Sherwin-Williams or Benjamin mores black bean soup
Brown Black. The deepest shades of brown are very close to appearing black, so they are bold yet elegant. This hue represents the richest and most fertile part of the earth which can be very comforting even though it is such a dark hue. Paint pick: Night Shade 2116-10 by Benjamin Moore More: How
“Pass through” — sjohnwill
Awad + Koontz Architects Builders
Cedar Lake Renovation
Ideabooks4,565
Questions17
Hi. I love the windows. Can you tell me the color? Are they black?
@karaford11 I'm not familiar with Marvin, but yes, black windows are generally more expensive than white. Usually, they are metal, which are more expensive than vinyl. You can get vinyl in black, but it's an extra charge over the basic white.
Charcoal. It is the closest to black
white, grey brick, black windows, black roof
Tailored: White w/ Black Trim & Gray.
Exterior Color - White and Black
White with Black Trim.. would do black stairs
Gray foundation is so pretty. I would add black shutters and a red
i like the white with black window frame
white house, black trim, gray foundation
“Add Concrete flat roof on backside, real porch stoop, no siding.” — Lauren Prosser
Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks8,946
Questions16
I love the black door. Can you paint PDF doors black or do they
Without simplifying it too much, we are seeing more projects use a straight black paint on the doors. Creates a dramatic approach, but keep in mind that most, if not all, doors are primed white, so keep some extra paint handy in
Love the black door and light colors
Wall color and black door_Farrow and Ball 2003Pointing,modern emulsion
Paint or stain interior doors this color- Farrow and Ball- Pitch Black #256- Oil Full Gloss
Colors used gray black and blue
To me, black doors look best when paired with clean whites and light neutrals. You get a crisp and tidy combination that is not expected.
Even traditional spaces are more interesting with painted interior doors. This black door draws your eye to the artwork on the wall and the lovely room just beyond
“Interior doors” — blancherina
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Glamorous Four Square
Ideabooks6,114
Questions8
Is this trim dark brown/black or black? Beautiful!
manufacturer & stain color, I have an old craftsman era chapel that i am restoring for client. Minwax color Jacobean is too brown, and ebony is too black. thinking of mixing. The floor and trim are heart of pine (orange) exact like shown. any help appreciated.
What do you like about this photo? Love the black mill work.
black trim & doors, white walls
floor ... trim ... doors .... love the black!!!!
“contrast colors, elegant” — colorlover
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks5,587
Questions6
Love this look! Is the ceiling black with black crown moulding?
What color of black paint did you use for the ceiling please!
black can eliminate borders and seem bigger
Marble top with flush sink. Faucet from wall. black/white contrast, ignore wall paper and large green objects as well as black tile.
A black ceiling can make it look taller, and add a dramatic look.
black to make the ceiling appear taller, especially if you paint the top of the wall
chartreuse accents and a black ceiling really take this bathroom to new heights
love the black for the bathroom
I like how the black paint can make my
true if you paint the tops of the walls black as well.
4. To make a ceiling look tallerSounds like a contradiction, right? But when you can’t see the boundaries of a room, it can appear bigger. This is especially true if you paint the tops of the walls black as well.
“door style, wallpaper, hardware” — dawnflane
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
19 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,208
Questions7
Would you recommend trying a lighter paint or glaze under the black?
I'd like to try to incorporate a minty green-blue coming through from under the black. Is it generally recommended to to a brighter color, or would that work well?
What did you use to finish the hutch? Black paint, stain, etc. please provide color and product!
culinary pewter from France. The aisles between the island and the counter top is 3'-3" on the side you can't see in this photo, and about 3' to the black cabinet on the right. I would say you would want 3'-3" as a minimum aisle. When we do small homes in Chicago proper, we sometimes go as tight as 3'-0"
Obviously a brighter color has more punch when used like that. I don't think there would be anything wrong with a more subtle use of color behind the black. It might look more authentic. Try a smaller area before doing the entire element. Hope that helps, and good luck with your project.
“Rustic” — wedig
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