1,426 black shingles Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Love this look! Is the ceiling black with black crown moulding?
What color of black paint did you use for the ceiling please!
Black ceiling, black & white, wall paper
Black ceiling in powder room? Wallpaper? (not this)
Black ceiling and tops of walls black make room appear bigger.
Ceiling and slightly down the wall black paint to creat
art work and black ceiling idea
Brilliant - black upper boarder with black ceiling.
paint the tops of the walls black as well.
ceiling and a bit of wall down an inch paint black to make ceiling look taller
Love the black and white wallpaper and scheme!
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.
“Trees wallpaper” — joanyeoh
Integral Structure, Inc.
2 Reviews
Chastain Park Remodel
exterior stone work, black accent paint color
put a green roof on this. Black trim looks good.
Garage and white pant with black trimming
Brick ranch, add lower layer of stone veneer, black windows on white brick
Painted Brick Color with Black Accent and New Stone Work
Love the style black trim needs black roof
“garage door s” — ncallaway09
Lori Smyth Design
4 Reviews
Del Oro
Hip Roof with Horizontal Color Pattern in Shingles Horizontal Entry Privacy Fence
Charcoal siding with black window trim
Black / dark grey bungalow
Black wood panel with numbers
Dark grey with black trim
black horizontal accents
Black exterior
“Dark grey garage doors” — sitruk
r.o.i. Design
Modern Home Remodel
beautifully black will go with sky blue.
Black and red color give modern look
Painting a home black is a very unique look and one that is sure to grab attention. Having light highlights and brightly hued accents make it look more inviting.
4. Red Door With a Dramatic Black ExteriorSpeaking of drama, this house, with its pure black siding color and splash of red on the front door, has it in spades. Yes, such a dark color is more likely to fade from exposure to the sun, and yes, this color will absorb a lot of heat, which will get transferred
Proposing an all-black exterior can be a little Stephen King scary for homeowners, and even designers. Breaking it up with white highlighting and a brightly hued front door helps the house get a warmer reception.
“Colour” — johnbeck1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
What type of black landscaping rocks are these?
Do you have the name or type of the black rocks used in this picture? Thank you!
This is a 1 1/2"-2 1/2" Black Mexican Pebble, wet!
The black rocks & how the vibrant green
choice of black rock and black ball and green plant
tan decomposed granite against black rocks. plus the plants
Black pebble mulch with natural grasses
Grassy slope with 6x6 wood steps. Black ball focal point!
“Plants” — mnmarmich
Mill Hill Terrace
They are black marble tiles honed finish. AC
black on white with black backsplash
kitchen cabinets, black countertops and backsplash
? White cabinets w black backsplash, black island
black with a bit of white in the tile with a white kitchen
5. MarbleBlack marble tiles with a honed finish add a contemporary edge to this well-thought-out kitchen. Open shelving and handy kitchenware are beautifully colour
“shelf with cabinets interesting idea.” — houckhouse
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
wood, shingles, same level and stepdown
cedar shakes shingles
outdoor black break
“yes” — guscrocco
Hudson Street Design
16 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
All exteriors in the Sea Ranch development must be wood or shingle siding. The Agnews chose knotless vertical grain cedar.
The back of the house, seen here, faces the ocean. All exteriors in the Sea Ranch development must be wood or shingle siding. The Agnews chose knotless vertical grain cedar.
shingle roof
“Extérieur” — vintageliz
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