A VERY RARE 19TH CENTURY BLACK FOREST CARVED WOOD GROUP OF A STANDING FOX AND A RABBIT, each standing side by side, arm in arm, the heads hinged and opening to reveal a compartment for spice etc. 16ins high.
Black Forest Green PM-12 - Benjamin Moore "In the garden of a 19th-century Italianate brownstone in Greenwich Village, we painted a latticework fence in this dark, almost-black green. Black is the perfect backdrop for the rich greens of a garden. It absorbs light and allows the flowers and foliage to take the foreground." —Brian Sawyer
Black BeautyOpulent and moody, dark colour palettes in interiors are going to be big in 2016 and beyond, and this applies to tiles as well. Midnight blues, forest greens and charcoal greys are understated and easier to live with than full on black walls, plus they look a treat when combined with metallic fixtures and fittings. Add some industrial lighting and you’re channelling Shoreditch House chic – without the membership fee. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.uk/metro-tiles-ways#slide-6