A vaulted ceiling comprised of smooth wood panels makes an eye-catching addition to this outdoor kitchen. Meanwhile, recessed lighting and industrial pendants keep the space bright from morning to night.
A blue-and-green grouping of glass nautical balls hangs in place of a chandelier in this eclectic courtyard – an extra pop of whimsy in an already fun space. Metal mesh lines the wood structure, filtering light.
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.
Wall-to-wall sliding glass doors allow natural light to floor this living space, while also providing access to the outdoor pool and patio areas. The exposed beam ceiling adds a Southwestern touch, while natural hardwood floors finish the look of the space.
The long side walls of this modern home open up to make the already open design feel even more spacious when it's flooded with fresh air and natural light. Wooden walls and ceiling give a warm contrast to the industrial indoor flooring and concrete and natural rock bed patio. Lightly colored furniture works perfectly to create a calm design with pops of orange adding a color accent.
This outdoor covered living and dining room has plenty of natural elements, including exposed wood ceiling and beams with recessed lighting, exposed brick, wood and stone columns, and a teak dining table and chairs and upholstered living room furnishings.
To create this eclectic home, designers integrated the Austin outdoor lifestyle with casual, nice living. This spacious common area has high ceilings and added windows that allow in plenty of natural light and create a bright, open space. Off to the side, the sliding glass door opens onto the renovated back patio.
Perpendicular exposed ceiling beams create a subtle but decorative design on the ceiling of this luxurious cabana. Natural wood flooring keeps the design light under the large leather sectional and modern square chairs. Turquoise pillows add a touch of color to the bright, cozy space.
Exposed beams decorate the ceiling of this covered patio. The open sides keep the space connected to the outdoors and provide a gorgeous view of the modern tropical pool deck. Neutral fabric fits seamlessly over the chairs lining the long dining table. Metal lanterns and an overhead light fixture add a touch of shine.
It's important to think about lighting, especially once it gets dark. The warm glow of candles, string lights and lanterns creates a fun outdoor mood. Tea lights, and many battery-operated lighting options, are available at stores like Target and Home Depot. Hang lanterns from the tent ceiling using ribbons.
The highlight of this neutral studio is the surrounding windows, providing all-over natural light and views of the outdoor landscape. Minimalist in design in order to provide artistic inspiration and solitude, simple hardwood floors and wood paneled ceilings provide fitting finishing touches.
The master bedroom in this Victorian farmhouse in Ontario showcases beautiful vaulted ceilings and sophisticated design. A light, green wallpaper covers the wall behind the king bed, and a floral window treatment covers the window with a door leading to the outdoor deck.
A bright and airy coastal outdoor living room offers a comfy seating area. The exposed wood ceiling sets the modern-rustic feel for the room which is continued with wicker furniture and reclaimed wood coffee table. A bright blue rug, a yellow light fixture and yellow-striped pillows add a fun pop of color to the space.
The family wanted a unique space for outdoor entertaining, so designers created a space that would function as an extension of the home's interior. A wood paneled ceiling and dark, wicker furniture bring a warm contrast to the neutral space, while the space's high arches let in plenty of natural light. In order to control the natural light during the day and keep bugs out at night, heavy curtains were hung so that the homeowners would be able to control the atmosphere of their space. To help the space remain usable during cooler weather, a fireplace was added to give off warmth when needed.