Whether or not your home is on the water, your ceiling fan selection can bring in a nautical design without going overboard. The Hampton Bay Seaport Natural Iron Ceiling Fan, sold by The Home Depot, has a bulkhead light kit with frosted glass, a natural iron finish and weather-resistant iron blades.
When the cooking action in outdoor kitchens heats up, a ceiling fan can offer relief. A luxury covered outdoor space features an unadorned ceiling fan in the similar tone as the table, chairs and cabinets.
A vintage-style option for a covered porch is by Home Decorators Collection. The Bentley II Tarnished Bronze Outdoor Oscillating Ceiling Fan from The Home Depot features a caged design and sways back and forth.
Outdoor living spaces and extra details such as ceiling fans are becoming even more important in home construction. This covered deck designed by Edward Andrews Homes in a new community in Roswell, a suburb of Atlanta, boasts a paneled ceiling with a ceiling fan, providing a breeze and illuminating the seating area.
This covered outdoor dining and seating area features a table and multiple seating options for lounging in the shade by the pool. Wicker stools line the kitchen countertop, while ceiling fans hang from the vaulted wood paneled ceiling.
With views of the Pu’u Ku’ili hill and Pacific Ocean, a majority of downtime will be spent on this contemporary porch. Chic outdoor furniture and ceiling fans make indoor-outdoor living comfortable and enjoyable.