945 Fan Lighting Rustic Exterior Design Photos

Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Exterior Roadside
Ideabooks23,008
Questions18
I've been trying to find ceiling fans in this style
defaulted the image to the exterior. I did find in another comment that the fan in the interior room is from Minka Aire. Thanks!
little "muddy" on stain. light windows-- not great combo
Where can you purchase the ceiling fan?
“GAF Timberline shingle, in the Barkwood” — dlops
LKID
6 Reviews
Chicago Residence Exterior
Ideabooks7,366
Questions5
Love the lighting! Who manufactures these?
i am a fan of the creative brick lay work
* The enterance * The windows * The lsanted roof * The outdoor lights
Light and dark...Outdoor lighting
“Would really like windows with this design around the exterior of the house.” — marmanold
2fORM Architecture
4 Reviews
Fox Hollow Residence
Ideabooks791
Questions1
passive heating. The home is also passively cooled through use of ceiling fans, operable windows, and vents that draw cool air from the earth-bermed basement
Earth bermed basement passively cool the house with fan and windows.
I included it because of the sloped setting and also because I like the light yet warm colors inside and the open flow of the house
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Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Rocky Creek Ranch
Ideabooks967
Questions1
light brick, light roof
outside lights valentina...Big fan of corugated materials...stone, light walls, light roof...Light fixtures match siding
“Exterior” — The garland team
David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Blue Creek Ranch
Ideabooks4,896
Questions3
Im not a fan of the wood and rock design to the house, but I love the patio
Light wood with dark trim around windows
This is probably as light as i would consider going. I tend to like the darker wood a bit better
light barn wood and dark trim
“Posts that hold roofing” — guidocus
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Suquamish Residence
Ideabooks143
Questions0
storm water, a radiant hydronic heating system, high-efficiency boilers, fans, appliances, and insulating window systems utilizing reused wood dust. The
Working with a couple relocating from Colorado, Rhodes Architecture + Light was immediately challenged by land that dropped quickly from the only access
little excavation and removal of soils, minimal concrete foundations, and a light structure that captures views of the forest, water, and a distant Seattle
story central stair that organizes and opens the interior of the house to light and eastern views. Living, dining, and kitchen spaces are open to a glass
“Right on” — koryhaigh
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Owl Ditch Ranch "Barn"
Ideabooks5,596
Questions6
Would you please share the source of this great light? Thanks so much!
WHERE DO YOU FIND THE RED LIGHT ON THE UPPER PEEK
Love this light!...I found that light - here: ......Great outside light! Even in red!!...the light...red light...Barn with light...Exterior light...Light Barn door...OUTSIDE LIGHTING
“Rocking chairs Planters” — gentile261
bldg.collective
8 Reviews
Bend Residence
Ideabooks3,261
Questions2
Lighted tree - twiggy branch hung lengthwise over bed on porch and strung with white tree lights. (Paint
Wrap a potted tree in lights near pergola
Love the lighted evergreen tree on the patio for light!
possible all year long, consider a lighted evergreen tree like this one. It’s organic, festive and simple. Enjoy!More: Light Up Your Night With an Easy Outdoor
so it pays to make that vision as inviting as possible. Festive twinkling lights, green wreaths or topiary, and a decorated tree near Christmas will strike
the front porch with a simple burlap skirt and a strand or two of twinkle lights.
from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark and the contrast in lighting will be too great — aim for early dusk. Focus through a window on the big
Light up a tree for light outside...Like the ground level and lighting.
“whole look” — pmeyersick
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