92,080 black painted steel Home Design Photos

Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks4,634
Questions7
Beautiful! How are the (steel?) I beams treated?
black steel columns, wood trim and window seat, windows
In a much subtler way than the previous example, this house uses black painted steel (two columns and one beam) to define smaller spaces within the larger living area. In the foreground is the dining and beyond is seating and fireplace.
“Bench under the windows love” — Square Footage Custom Kitchens & Bath Inc.
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero House
Ideabooks492
Questions1
kept many of the original openings on the east side of the house. The deck off the master bedroom offers a view over the Bay Bridge. An off-black painted steel trellis adds a bit of shade and design interest.
paint color of the chairs
love the painted furniture!
Paint color??
“Spindles” — paupershopper
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Contemporary, modern exterior
Ideabooks581
Questions0
A row of round, black-painted steel columns marches down one side of this small house in Austin, Texas. They support a roof overhang that incorporates a timber beam running the whole length. The contrast between round and boxy, steel and wood is appealing, as is the way the beam
A row of round, black-painted steel columns marches down one side of this small house in Austin, Texas. They support a roof overhang that incorporates a timber beam running the whole length. The contrast between round and boxy, steel and wood is appealing, as is the way the beam cantilevers beyond the
“Modern, basic farm style” — Petrus Strydom
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Sunrise Vista
Ideabooks327
Questions1
steel in place of wood beams
that stresses the importance of this living-eating area is the exposed structure of the second story. This taps into midcentury design, using black painted steel rather than wood beams.Note the view into the living room through the opening at left.
steel beams
“Table” — bobisnuts
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Sunrise Vista
Ideabooks460
Questions1
Black painted steel beams look good.
Black painted steel beams, wood ceiling
black painted steel rather than wood beams
steele beams...black exposed beams...steel beems...steel beams
“black exposed beams” — timbrewolff
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
River Bank
Ideabooks1,656
Questions2
gray concrete floors (with white paint)
floors and black steel framing, warm wood
Black beams in wood ceiling plane
Nice interior with exposed steel beams, timber ceiling lining, visible steel square columns
Steel and the window
Exposed Steel Framing
Concret floor, black steel beams
black beams, concrete floors
color of paint and wood
black beams, grey floor
black painted steel beams
steel beam...black I beams...STEEL BEAMS...Steel Frame...black exposed beams...black shelving
“Light” — sdorociak1
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
River Bank
Ideabooks560
Questions1
Beautiful cabinets! Can you tell me the type of wood and stain color? Also, the countertops look to be absolute black, is that correct? Many thanks!
Thank you for the question. The cabinets are vertical grain fir with a factory applied natural finish and the counter-tops are black granite.
Black and pickle. Kitchen, living room, fireplace
“black exposed beams” — timbrewolff
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks4,794
Questions4
Is the stringer steel, power coated?
Like to know what is the white and dark paint color name and number ?
It's field painted steel, not powder-coated. Due to the amount of field assembly, powder-coating would not have been practical. Minimalism takes a lot of time and editing. It's easy to be modern- hard to be minimal. There were at least 4 study models and
black painted steel, minimalism staircase design idea.
blackened steel stair & rail (black oxide)
Blackening (black oxide applied to steel surface blocks rust & corrosion)
steel stair rail; Blackening is a process in which the steel surface is coated in black oxide to protect it from rust (red oxide) and corrosion. This delivers a look similar to that of wrought iron, but more precise and without iron's brittleness. The thin black lines of the steel railing against
“Great looking staircase” — arniethebuilder
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