Ceiling Fan Makeover
Being practical doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on style. Fortunately, ceiling fans can help you merge aesthetic appeal with comfort-driven functionality.
There are huggers for lower-ceiling rooms or finished basements and oversized fans for high foyers and maximum air circulation. Keep your porch, patio or deck cool this summer with a wet- or damp-rated outdoor fan. We can help you choose the right fan for indoors or out and help you sort through the often-confusing number of options including blade pitch, size, downrod length, light kit and speed. 🌬️ #ceilingfan #howtosizeyourceilingfan
Most ceiling fan manufacturers now offer a stunning selection of contemporary styles – ranging from nearly unrecognizable-as-fans designs to broadly sweeping designs with anywhere from one to eight blades. Check out the Light Wave from Minka Aire, featuring a sculptural 3-blade design with integrated LED light. Or the Torto from Fanimation – a contemporary design that moves air down at an angle, rather than straight down. 🌬️#ceilingfan #LED #contemporary #design
A Good Time for a Ceiling Fan (part 3) Today’s ceiling fans are more efficient than ever, and come in nearly unlimited choices of finish, width, blade count and light. Traditionalists can choose from hundreds of styles in Panama-style fans or cottage-inspired wooden finishes. Find these styles from Fanimation (Cancun, Spitfire), Kichler (Basics or Eads lines), Minka Aire (Classica, Delano) and Monte Carlo (Penninsula, Homebuilder II). 🌬️#ceilingfan #designstyle
A design inspired by idyllic #beaches of the Greek islands, the Mykonos Fan sports ten slender canvas blades connected to the six speed reversible motor. Available in four size options: 52”, 60”, 72”, & 92”, as well as three finish options: Satin Nickel, Oiled Bronze, and Noir, this ceiling fan is sure to add a certain level #Mediterranean #serenity to any space. #ceilingfan #coolsummer #islandfeel #blues
Ceiling fans not only provide that delightful breeze – but they can also save you money. Keeping air circulating around your home, you move the cold air around & the air movement actually helps human bodies stay cooler. In winter, this effect is called the “wind chill,” & the same theory is at work during the summer. Because of wind chill, homeowners can lower their energy costs by setting a higher A/C temperature – without loss of comfort. 🌬 #ceilingfan #breeze #lowerenergybill
A Good Time for a Ceiling Fan It’s a hot, sticky day and you emerge at home from your nicely air-conditioned car. The A/C at home has been on low efficiency – or turned off entirely – while you were at work. It will take a while to move the temperature down to a tolerable level, so in the meantime, you seek out the coolest room in your home. Wouldn’t this be a good time for a ceiling fan? 🌬#Ceilingfan #coolsummerbreeze