As many of you know my wife and I are (painfully slowly) building a log home. We are at the point of finishing the inside. We have wood everywhere, along with the usual "cabin stuff" like deer antlers and weathered "barn boards" so I wasn't happy with the cheap looking plastic grill over one of the bathroom fans. I wanted an "industrial fan" (ahem!) for my bathroom and the high CFM models only come with cheap looking white grills. I didn't want to look at that until I die against the beautiful "knotty pine" ceiling, so I came up with the bright idea of covering it with camouflage. Paint can be used for the edges where the air enters but the middle is a large area that is nice and smooth so I wanted some "contact paper" in camouflage, in order to look more professional and less "home made." I hit all the local places and had no luck. Finally, I found some online, ordered it, and in the process found something really cool--and really cheap--camouflage replacement blades for a ceiling fan. You can buy ceiling fans already camo'd, but they are fairly expensive and we already had a ceiling fan from my wife's house stored in our garage. Her kitchen was trimmed in (blech!) black, so the blades are ugly black. I didn't want to spring for a new one and have been putting off the installation as long as possible while I count pennies and spend every extra nickel we have on the various things needed to finish the cabin. Voila! Camouflage replacement blades from Cabela's for $19.99!! UPS brought them today and I am a happy camper!