103 exterior dark siding Industrial Living Design Photos

Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks2,570
Questions3
dark wood floors with white walls
Dark floors white walls but not cold
brick walls white, dark floors, large blue picture nice combination
Minwax Jacobean - seems pretty dark for jacobean?
White brick walls with dark wood
Colour of side board
Dark oak floor color
Like the broad dark wood
dark oak stain...dark floor...Dark stain oak...Like dark floor...Dark but nice...Too dark...dark wood floors...dark hardwood
“Open concept” — dfluxxx
McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Birmingham House
Ideabooks1,402
Questions1
sand beams only on bottom side and leave sides rough. Can I
I like the dark colored trim.
orange with both light and dark couches!
Like the dark trim and light wall color might be neat to do in one room in the new house..... Maybe bar & dining area
ceiling and dark painted trim
Dark Beams in coffer
Light walls dark trim
dark coffered ceiling
painted black beams, dark hardwood
dark painted trim...Dark moulding...Dark coloured...trim painted dark...Dark Green int trim...dark trim...dark wood floor
“I like the thick moulding around the room that goes well will the ceiling beams” — Beth Spaulding
Lucy Call
Spencer and Alex
Ideabooks2,286
Questions3
Love the side table!! Where is it from?
stump side table. like the banding on the bottom
Modern + industrial. Upcycled wood storage cabinet/shelves. Stump side table
defines the main living room area within the open floor plan. A custom furniture builder at Project Sunday who's a friend of the couple gave them the side table.
“Wood block table” — Christy O'Sullivan
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks15,732
Questions16
It's not painted. It's a natural stone, dark grey with hintsof blue/green.
what is the item on the wall on the left side of this picture? It is very interesting.
love the idea of a 2 sided fireplace in the middle of the livingroom and kitchen.. helps break off the 2 rooms without fully enclosing them
Patio doors on one side - clerestory windows on the other side
See through fireplace as room divider....I prefer just one side opening
Light floors with dark fireplace tile
The living room, which occupies the west side of the courtyard, is a simple, open space split into two zones by a large stone fireplace. Even though the space is simple, there are some things happening that are very smart: Clerestory windows face the alley on the west, bringing in light while maintaining
“see through fireplace?” — txhorns95
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks20,078
Questions16
quote on the sectionals as well as, if you could tell me where I can purchase the two small benches & the stand (not sure what it is called) on the side of the sectional.
Again, the dark floor - contrast couch….
Two chaise sofas separated by side table (side view)
Freestanding tall fireplace... Add stairs to each side?
dark and light variation. minimal decorations without it being stark and
mirrored couches against dark stained millwork
Love the sofas w/details on back, book case/table on side
The double-sided fireplace was an existing element, and the designers refaced it in a rough tile to give it more of a chimney feel. And once again emphasizing the ceiling height, they added a storage divider. The living room side conceals a TV, while the dining room cabinets hold plates and glasses.
“This sectional will function well in most spaces.” — nkwart
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Michigan Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,166
Questions4
contrast is to use less intense shades of one or both hues. This wall is a very pure green, but it's a fairly light shade of it. The red here is very dark and lush, more of a maroon shade — which can work as a neutral. Also, because the colors are used for different items in the room (wall paint and furniture)
contrast is to use less intense shades of one or both hues. This wall is a very pure green, but it's a fairly light shade of it. The red here is very dark and lush, more of a maroon shade — which can work as a neutral. Also, because the colors are used for different items in the room (wall paint and furniture)
“ceiling” — vintagetrailering
LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Family Room
Ideabooks8,515
Questions14
Fireplace treatment? A little thicker white trim piece along top and down sides
The sleek dark stone facing on this fireplace helps to balance the dark TV above. Even though the woodwork in this room is white, the smallest amount of black in the table base and chair base, and the dark graphic pattern of the rug, balance the lights and darks in this room. The metal
The sleek dark stone facing on this fireplace provides equilibrium for the dark TV above. Even though the woodwork in this room is white, the smallest amount of black in the table base and chair base, and the dark graphic pattern of the rug, balance the lights and darks in this room. The metal
“industrial coffee table” — willbadie925
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
15 Reviews
Hyde Park Loft
Ideabooks1,791
Questions4
What are the floors? Love the dark rich look.
Good look with grey and dark.
Dark gray glass tile on fireplace
tile front, drywall sides
Greys with dark floors
Fireplace dark mosaic
dark floors and gray paint
dark floor...dark floor
“Tile surround for fireplace” — Fonda Woodard
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