5,159 dark wood bathroom Outdoor Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
concrete stepping pads, Ipe' deck, water feature, grasses
Ideabooks4,022
Questions4
Hi, I want to build a wood patio. What type of wood should I use to get a long lasting nice finish. Julie
We usually use redwood or Ipe' wood. Redwood is softer but will hold a stain longer. Ipe' is more scratch resistant but it is hard to get a sealer to penetrate, so people often have to
is stone. I also had a small deck that serves more as an entry point into the house - I love it, too. It's size was small enough that I chose IPE wood with metal railings to minimize upkeep. I guess it depends on where you are putting it.
bronze window, dark gray and wood deck combination
“Curb” — carenkelley
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,717
Questions2
river rocks instead of wood platform
Explore the Art of Light and Dark in Design Photo 3 of 12
This shows the effect of dark and light, black and white. The dark fades away and the light frames it. Very effective and dramatic.
This roofline is pronounced, since the dark color stands out against the light sky. And painting a
This roofline is pronounced, since the dark color stands out against the light sky. And painting a door black when it sits within a white wall instantly draws attention to it.
“that simple” — mlecours
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Davis Square Garden
Ideabooks2,152
Questions1
A structured urban garden nestled in the heart of Davis Square provides usable outdoor spaces for an active, modern family. Tightly crafted wood screens provide privacy from the bustling streetscape and enclose half of the garden. Lichen-covered granite blocks from Maine form a seat height bench along
fence for security, but can still see through... like combo of natural wood color with dark paint and white trims, and pop of red
Dark Gray with white windows and red accent trim.
dark gray with red to pop, and can still use white so will compliment roof and white fence
wood fencing could mirror the front porch design
“nice” — vanillamendoza
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks1,053
Questions1
with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily life was accomplished through mixing warm natural finishes such as stained wood with gray tones in concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements
Wood soffit with black trim and light stone
Adam's favorite combo - dark roof over courtyard, wood color for soffits, tone of stone, perhaps shape and style
color palette - dark grey with the limestone rock
stone pattern, wood soffit, dark fascia
Wood soffit and chain water drain
“Planter” — sjohnston1227
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Hillside Residence Hanover NH
Ideabooks10,668
Questions11
Would like to know where to purchase wood burning stove as in the new England porch photo ?
We are installing a similar model stove on 1/2 " cement board with tile on top. We are having a hard time finding a wood trim that fits over the board and tile and lays flush with the floor. Was yours custom or what did you use? Thanks
This is the Shaker wood stove from Wittus: ...
At the risk of butting before Smith & Vansant can answer, the stove you see is wood burner and there aren't any codes that would prevent you from installing it on the porch. Specifically, it is a SHAKER model woodstove from Wittus
dark green walls, lighter green ceiling, natural floors
Like wood burning stove on screened porch
Screened porch with wood burning stove.
“Addition” — S Giobbe
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
5,000+ s.f. Residence in Coral Gables, FL
Ideabooks12,367
Questions9
Are the interior doors painted the same dark color?
I love this contrast of dark doors with light exterior. Is this throughout the interior as well?
Most likely the trim is dark brown. We just bought a similar house and it is white with brown trim, railings and gutters. The Mediterranean Revival style is very popular in South Florida.
High contrast of dark wood trim against white stucco exterior.
Mediterranean Style with Dark Wood Trim
paint our doors dark - bronze to match windows; also the fountain
neutral body, dark trim and iron railings
“Walk way” — denisealfonso
Susan Cohan, APLD
11 Reviews
Sheep's Run
Ideabooks5,215
Questions4
Is there a significant difference in cost and durability between fabric awnings and wood or metal ones?
Manhattan Classic is beige and dark, dark brown and Sunbrella 5704 Gray/White 6 Bar is a super dark grey and white.
There are a couple of Sunbrella awning fabrics that you might like that are very, very similar to this: Sunbrella 4789 Manhattan Classic is beige and dark, dark brown and Sunbrella 5704
Gray/White 6 Bar is a super dark grey and white. I suspect these awnings are Manhattan Classic.
It's hard to tell the color of the dark stripe, it could be dark gray/charcoal, but nonetheless, I just had a terrible experience with a new awning fabric. What I thought was tan, beige and brown (and
Sunbrella 4789 Manhattan Classic is beige and dark, dark brown and Sunbrella 5704 Gray/White 6 Bar is a super dark grey and white.
“Love” — mandylbutler
Sullivan, Henry, Oggero and Associates, Inc.
3 Reviews
Sullivan, Henry, Oggero and Associates, Inc.
Ideabooks12,376
Questions10
Rounded arch ways and doors. Dark doors
Painted wood on outside ceiling
Dark trim windows. Not white
Dark ceiling and doors
Dark roof colour for pergola
Dark ceiling...dark gray doors...dark grey trim...Light and dark grey...White w dark grey...wood ceiling
“arched french doors” — Demi Hopkins
Installing dark tile floor/walls in small bathroom, what color toilet?
Small bathroom with double copper sinks in a wood cabinet, slate flooring & shower walls, wood trim & doors in a rustic guest house. Should we go with...
Need help brightening a dark bathroom
I just purchased a home with a black tub, black tile floor (with some glittery speckles), and a dark wood vanity with brown/black granite counter top....
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