198,471 dark wood floor Home Design Photos

Specht Harpman Architects
4 Reviews
Benenson Warren Residence Dining Room
dark wood floors + medium wood furniture
Love the dark wood floors and the white walls
dark wood floors, lighter furniture, white walls
these dark wood floors, and flokati adds a soft, textural layer that works well with the organic feel of the space.
fluffy white rugs, and crisp white walls here provide contrast to the dark wood floors without appearing stark.
look, choose wood furniture that matches the warmth of your floors but is a few shades lighter. For instance, pair grayish or black wood floors with pale
weathered woods, and pair warm, rich floors (like the ones shown here) with warm medium- to light-toned woods like cherry or maple. The lighter wood furniture
on dark floor and chair style...lighter wood table on dark wood floor...dark floors with honey colored wood...this should be our floor color...White walls and light wood furniture
“Dark Shade” — justalex
Kelly Hoppen London
1 Review
Notting Hill Townhouse
Floor lamps n crystal light chains add drama and cast a soft light
Light chain floor to ceiling spins design
my life — surrounded by all the beautiful things and people I love." Dark wood floors, lingerie-satin curtains, couture sofas and velvet cushions lend the
my life - surrounded by all the beautiful things and people I love.’ Dark wood floors, lingerie-satin curtains, couture sofas and velvet cushions lend the
my life – surrounded by all the beautiful things and people I love.” Dark wood floors, lingerie-satin curtains, couture sofas and velvet cushions lend the
the living room a luxurious look and feel. Like strands of jewelry, floor lamps and crystal light chains add drama and cast a soft light.Sofa: couture,
“very interesting lights where are they available” — maboody120
Open Floor Plan Living Room Pittsburgh
the hard wood floor in the kitchen area? Is it a zebra wood?
who makes the dark wood flooring and what
what are the better brands in enineed wood floors? durable, best mosture resistent, hold up
Can I use 2 woods. One upstairs, one down
Downstairs is a traditional oak floor with black graining. I have chosen for my second floor coincidentally
ally almost the same black bamboo flooring you have used. If I copied your use of black risers and my existing oak tread - will this work.for me? I
with the black flooring in the living. Also dark colored walls in the kitchen.
kept simple. Dark stained hardwood flooring in combination match with the white walls and the dark ceiling. The kitchen has a brownish floor (somebody below
Open Floor Plan Living Room Pittsburgh...best brands of engineed wood flooring?
“two tone” — samanthafowlds
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Craig Denis
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Hi, I am really confused with the wood floor color and finish for my house. I like dark wood floor. I would really appreciate
can u tell me if these floors are lamenanted. What brand and color?
can u tell me if the floors are lamenated and if so what brand and
appreciate if you let me know what kind of flooring color and finish is being used here. I love it. Thanks so much!
oak floors ebonny stain and medium gloss finish
Love the chairs with white walls and dark wood floors
Dark dark glossy floors are the perfect choice for this open space. With the weight below, the materials and colors of the room help create a lightness
and finish used for the floor
“Black and white” — jengdiokno
Dan Kitchens Australia
11 Reviews
French Provincial Kitchen
3. Dark wood floorsDark wood floors are an alternative to light floors in Hamptons kitchens. The dark floor in this kitchen contrasts beautifully against
Floor window...wood floor color...floor stain...Like floor colour...Floor colour...Floors, beams
“Modified French” — suebrowbank
Griffin Enright Architects
what sort of light color wood was used on the peninsula? Thank you!
love the color of floors? stain and finish info please? thank you!
Mixing the two is the most common way of doing the floor. Rift Saw only is traditionally for modern/contemporary homes. Both looks
Very Light wood with minimal variation in color/grain
bleached to provide high contrast with the white Corian counters and dark wood floors. The island holds the sink (recessed fixtures provide task lighting)
“الالوان” — Lina Abu Rous
Denai Kulcsar Interiors
Residential Project Park House
design! I have opted to do a very dark floor with dark cabinets but I think the backsplash shown in this picture is dark granite, am I correct? If so, is
have a dark cabinet/dark floor kitchen and am struggling with what color table to get. I'd love to see a photo of what you did! Thanks!
What species of wood and stain color is the flooring?
Wooden flooringClassic, traditional kitchens often feature dark wood floors, stained in walnut or Black Japan. In this kitchen, the dark floors make a
beaded timber cabinets are painted in a high-gloss black, blending in to the dark-stained timber floorboards beneath. A black glass splashback and reconstituted
a dramatic statement along with the rich, dark cabinetry, bench tops and stools.
“Floor colour” — sophieleminh
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Shades of Gray
Siemasko + Verbridge designed a modest addition while reworking the entire floor plan to meet the needs of a large family. Photo Credit: Michael Rixon
what type of floor is this? cherry perhaps?
Is it a pre-engineered floor or solid with a custom stain?
neutral colors and earth tones if you are already working with dark brown cupboards. However, dark brown can be an easy base color to work with if you want to
The grain pattern of the floors looks like Black Walnut.
Thanks for your question Terri! This is a plain sawn floor.
Hello, these floors are wonderful. Is this plain sawn or quarter sawn? Who is the
Stain and brand of floors...Are these floors wood or laminate or...What material are the dark counters?
“White tile splashback” — Glenys Mason
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