31,986 scalloped fan Home Design Photos

Alison Kandler Interior Design
7 Reviews
Beach Cottage
Scalloped hood and cabinetry details - sweet serendipity!
Is the hood available or is it custom? Is it metal or wood? Also the scalloped trim details on the cabinetry info or source appreciated.
Love the scalloped hood. So cute
Sky Blue Mixed With Hints Of Rouge Red...Scalloped Edging On The Venting Hood...
love the scalloped thing covering the vent fan
fancy scalloped edge, like the one shown here.
“Colors, cuteness, glass in cupboard doors, drawers” — Linda Stern
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2011 - Artist's Retreat
This fan looks like a Monte Carlo Grand Isle RBD Outdoor Ceiling Fan http://www.lightingdirect.com/monte-carlo-grand-isle-rbd-outdoor-ceiling-fan/p1683955 :) Rhoda
nice ceiling fans, beautiful wall color and floor color
the ceiling and fans I was thinking
I like the ceiling fans
ceiling fans/lighting
Ceiling Fan - Roman Bro
Ceiling fan...high ceiling fans...Ceiling fans...long porch w fans...Sun room fan...ceiling and fan...ceiling fans?
“Fan” — gatorgirlie
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Kentfield Residence - Ultimate Shower Experience
Scallop Mosaic
Scallop mosaic shower floor
Tile floor scallop tile
Scallop mosaic Wall tiles
exhaust fan for humidity
scallop floor tiles...Scallop mosaic...floor scallops
“tile and coral accents” — teliaspast
Loudon County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
Lauren Mikus
Alabama Lake Home
pleat with scalloped edge. I would pipe the bottom with the ivory in the fabric
Our two would look cute with this scalloped trim if we ever decide to add window treatments to match. Very cute room. Love the tapestry or painting over the bed; it has
have a scallop just like the valances. That detail adds a lot.
Scallops on the twin ottomans and bed pillows, paired with box pleats on the window valances, play up the feminine feel of this space. On the flip side, straight edges would have made them more masculine.
fabric and scalloped miniskirts on this pair of what would otherwise be nondescript stools is enchanting.
“Curtains and stool covers” — sheddycatt
Camilla Molders
1 Review
Camilla Molders Design
I like the blue scallops and the wood contrast
interesting scalloped tiles
color, scalloped tile
Fan shaped paris cabaret tiles.
Scalloped tile is fabulous!
Tile scallops...Blue fans...Scallop wall
“tiles n vanity” — kimberlyswan
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
21 House
we like the creepy woman in the attic window. also, like the trim detail around the attic window, the layered dental molding over the bay window and the scallop design in the gable.
and the fan shape, the arch shape around alcove and the columns
Scallop, window, siding
The scallops...gable scallops...scallop shingles...fan arch
“paint color” — faith40
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
13 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
ceiling fans were provided by the client. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
I like the square columns and railings (wonder if they are powder coated.) Not a fan of the arches. Like the ceiling lights, fan and it appears there are sky lights. Interesting!
the scallop at top of window
furniture and ceiling fan
ceiling fan is that?
Fans sky lights...Ceiling fan, floor...Fan and ceiling...skylights, fan...iling fans...ceiling fans
“Fan and ceiling” — janiecull
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse Guest Bedroom
A similar fan available in the US is the Minka-Aire Aviation http://www.minkagroup.net/ProductDetails.aspx?id=19466&brand=Minka-Aire®&sku=F853-BN/MM&name=Ceiling Fan
Can you buy this fan in the United States?
Mad Looking Fan - stylish as!
for the fan noise so pay attention to that, especially for bedrooms."Shop for this fan
4. Keep it moving. Those ceiling fans in your house shouldn't just gather dust once the warm weather passes. To distribute heat throughout the room, find the small switch on the main body of the fan that reverses
reverses the fan's direction. When you don't feel a breeze, that means the fan is blowing air upward, circulating air without cooling the room. Hot air trapped at the ceiling will be forced down along the walls. You'll feel warmer, and the thermostat will be satisfied sooner, saving you money. If you have ductwork
“Fan” — Krista Milroy
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